CORONAVIRUS
Virgen del Rocío hospital in Seville, where the patient is being treated.

Spain reports first locally transmitted coronavirus case

A man in the Madrid region is in serious condition as the national tally rises to 17, confirming suspicions that the virus had been circulating for days without being detected

Tourism industry bracing for economic impact of coronavirus

Businesses in Spain are eyeing events in Italy but say that it is too early to feel effects ahead of the Easter break

FEMICIDE
“I have every right to burn and to break”: The Mexican woman seeking justice for her daughter’s murder

“I have every right to burn and to break”: The Mexican woman seeking justice for her daughter’s murder

Marichuy Jaimes was killed in January 2016, launching her mother’s fight. A powerful video has surfaced online of Yesnia Zamudio's fiery speech against femicide

VERNE IN ENGLISH

Spanish journalist sexually harassed while reporting live: “I was in shock”

CORONAVIRUS

Spanish Erasmus exchange students leave Italy amid coronavirus fears

DRUG TRADE

A day of petty drug dealing in Madrid’s Retiro park

RACISM IN SPAIN

Israel condemns Spanish carnival troupe for so-called “tribute” to the victims of the Holocaust

EDITORIAL

Contempt for immigrants

Democratic, social liberalism is based on the principle that the market is there to serve the people. Not the other way around

CARTOONS

El Roto

THE GLOBAL OBSERVER

P+P+P=C

Populism. Polarization. Post-truth. These are the drivers of today’s politics

Spain detects 10 new cases of coronavirus in 36 hours

Inside the coronavirus hotel lockdown in Tenerife

Spanish hospitals starting to test for coronavirus among patients with pneumonia

Activists outside Madrid abortion clinic: “Are you here to kill your child?”

Spanish government prepares measures to ease the country’s farming crisis

Spanish family donates Málaga home to migrants

Spain’s Canary Islands hit by Saharan sandstorm

Spain tops EU for asylum requests due to influx from Latin America

Catholic Church gets a record €284m of donations from Spanish taxpayers

Spanish opera singer Plácido Domingo apologizes to women after probe finds misconduct

Russian spy detected in Catalonia accused of poisoning Bulgarian arms dealer

General Denis Sergeev, who is linked to the elite military group Unit 29155, is being investigated by Spain’s High Court for two visits he made to Barcelona ahead of the illegal referendum on Catalan independence

US disconcerted at Spain’s apparent change of tack on Venezuela

Official calls PM Pedro Sánchez’s failure to meet with Juan Guaidó during the latter’s visit to Madrid “unfortunate”

Spanish rail company wins €5.6 billion contract to operate high-speed network in the United States

Spain delays ‘Google tax’ until December due to US pressure

Spanish farmers stage fresh demonstrations in protest at low prices for their products

Alcohol-laced gummi bears pit Basque youths against German giant Haribo

¿Qué? S04E07: Valverdedelcamino SEMANAL’s feature on ‘Why I vote for Vox’

This week we talk to Guillermo Abril, the journalist who wrote a recent article based on interviews with supporters of the far-right party, and which left no one indifferent

Spain’s coalition government clashes over immigration crackdown

Spanish Congress approves first step toward a euthanasia law

PM backs minister over meeting with Venezuelan VP during testy session in Congress

Separatist lawmaker sparks row with remarks about people who “don’t seem to be Catalan”

Spanish PM meets with Catalan premier ahead of talks on region’s future

Why I voted for Vox

Valverdedelcamino travels to the places where Spain's far-right party made the greatest gains at the November 10 election to find out what its supporters are like, and what they hope to gain from their vote

Spain’s dying railroad towns: Trying to catch a new train to prosperity

Alleged fraudster ‘Little Nicolás’: “They sent me to a school where everyone was rich except for me”

Ten temples of Spanish tapas

The Catalans who conquered California

The shortlist of architectural disasters in Spain

One of the world’s longest Roman aqueducts was in Valencia, scholars discover

Contempt for immigrants

Spaniards still eager to study in British universities in spite of Brexit

Trash city: Why Madrid needs to take a stand against plastic

British journalist Charles Graham-Dixon looks at the ingrained use of this so-called ‘wonder’ material in the Spanish capital, from the supermarket to the local ‘frutería’

Why an American photographer is fighting for Madrid’s Romani community

Eco-friendly Barcelona: Trend or truth?

Why I’m joining the climate protests, and you should too

FEMICIDE
“I have every right to burn and to break”: The Mexican woman seeking justice for her daughter’s murder

“I have every right to burn and to break”: The Mexican woman seeking justice for her daughter’s murder

Marichuy Jaimes was killed in January 2016, launching her mother’s fight. A powerful video has surfaced online of Yesnia Zamudio's fiery speech against femicide

Madrid’s Fitur tourism trade fair: Around the world in 10 pavilions

Five gems for travelers in undiscovered Spain

Why tourists are digging deep in Asturian mines

Discovering Chillida Leku and the magic of San Sebastián

Let it snow: Spain’s ski season kicks off in style

A journey to Spain’s magical Las Alpujarras region

The Global Observer

How is corruption like snow?

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Expensive murders

While it is too early to know the full extent of the fallout from Iranian General Qassim Suleimani’s assassination, there is no doubt that it will be significant

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Revolting alliances

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Junk TV is more toxic than we thought

Valverdedelcamino launches new application for cellphones

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