A tiny village in Spain has changed it's name from 'Kill Jews Camp' after a referendum and regional government approval.Read the full story ›
Andrés Lorente, 49, suffered massive internal burns after taking a sip of the cleaning fluid which had been stored in a wine bottle.Read the full story ›
The reigning European Champions visit Belarus in Group C, where they are trailing Slovakia by two points after five matchesRead the full story ›
Adou Ouattara, 8, was found crammed into a suitcase as a Moroccan woman tried to bring him into Spain.Read the full story ›
New laws limiting boozing and banning public nudity come into force in Magaluf next week, prompting a warning to British holidaymakers.Read the full story ›
A 95-year-old man has beaten a care home resident to death with a zimmer frame, Spanish officials say.Read the full story ›
Spain's ruling party has received a bloody nose in the country's regional and local elections as voters responded to four harsh years of spending cuts.
The People's Party returned its worst results for more than 20 years as new parties rose to shake up the status quo.
New parties - market-friendly Ciudadanos, and anti-austerity Podemos - combined to punish prime minister Mariano Rajoy.
Even though PP won the most votes, it fell short of absolute majorities in most areas, and it and its traditional Socialist rivals will now have to negotiate coalitions in 13 of Spain's 17 regions.
An international manhunt has been launched for a husband and wife wanted in connection with an attempted murder.Read the full story ›
Test flights of the A400M military cargo and troop carriers will go ahead as planned unless evidence emerges requiring them to stop, Airbus has said.
It comes after an A400M plane, due to be delivered to Turkey, crashed into a field near Seville airport in Spain during a test flight, killing four of the six crew.
A spokesman for the company - Europe's largest aerospace group - said the next test flight on Tuesday in Toulouse, France, would take place as scheduled.
Two black boxes, belonging to a plane which crashed near Seville airport yesterday, have been located.
The boxes, which could hold clues as to what happened before the Airbus A400M military aircraft crashed in a field north of Seville airport killing four of the six crew, have been handed over to investigators reports Reuters.