Alfredo Sánchez Chacón, 63, is a convicted murderer known for jailbreaks and survival skills. He was arrested on Thursday after a year on the run.
Archaeologists said 209 coins from between the third and fifth centuries were found near a badger's den in the La Cuesta cave.
Gioacchino Gammino was spotted on Google Street View at a grocery store in Spain. Police found a photo of him on a local restaurant's Facebook page.
Sobrino de Botín in Madrid is the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the world, and somewhere you should eat at least once in your life.
Meet the cats who survived the La Palma volcano — and the officers who are feeding them and hoping to reconnect them with their owners.
Lufthansa's low-cost leisure brand Eurowings Discover is also starting transatlantic service to the US next summer with a new route to Las Vegas.
One pound can cost over $100 in Spain and Portugal. Harvesting gooseneck barnacles comes with serious risks and even the possibility of death.
Spain's Episcopal Conference announced that Bishop Xavier Novell Gomà has been stripped of his powers after marrying the novelist, Silvia Caballol.
Fort Kill the Jews, in northern Spain, was once a Jewish settlement but was given its name in 1627 during the persecution of the Inquisition.
Despite the setbacks, American is launching two all-new routes, including Doha, Qatar from New York, and Tel Aviv, Israel from Dallas/Fort Worth.
The team behind the memecoin floki inu told Insider it plans to launch a metaverse of its own.
A resident of the Caranza, in Ferrol, Spain, thought he heard thunder outside. When he checked, he saw dead starlings lining the street, local media said.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano has dealt up to $800 million in damages to La Palma, a resort island in the Canary Islands, and destroyed thousands of homes.
Italy's SSC Napoli said on Tuesday it had partnered up with floki inu, which has also sealed deals with Spain's Cadiz and India's Kerala Blasters.
A passenger suspected of faking a diabetic coma, say Mallorca police. He was detained on suspicion of encouraging illegal immigration.
The unnamed man suffered a pierced artery in his left leg and a head injury during the bull attack.
Around 1.1 million fines were issued to thousands of people who violated stay-at-home orders that began in the spring of 2020.
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