Business & Economy

Thousands rally in Spain for better wages, job security

Protesters from across Spain take to the streets of capital to call for an end to corruption and better job prospects.

Madrid: Thousands rally in 'March of Dignity'

Sport

Ronaldo guides Real Madrid to La Liga crown

Barcelona's win over Eibar not enough to overtake Real Madrid, who seal first league title since 2012.

Ronaldo helps Real Madrid bag La Liga crown

The Listening Post

Podemos vs the Spanish media

We examine Spain's left-wing political party Podemos and its challenging relationship with the mainstream media.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Barcelona's mayor: The city is losing its identity

Barcelona's first female mayor discusses her controversial 'anti-tourism' policies.

Spain

Scientists set to capture first-ever image of a Black Hole

Over the past week, astronomers have trained a network of telescopes around the world at a single point at the centre of our galaxy to finally catch a glimpse of a black hole.

Europe

What will Brexit mean for UK expats in Spain?

As Brexit negotiations gather steam in the UK, there are plenty of Britons abroad who worry about how it will affect them. In Spain, which is home to a large British community, entrepreneurs who have companies fear their ventures are being undermined.

Politics

Basque group 'disarms' after decades of fighting

Basque group hands over arms after waging a deadly independence campaign for more than 50 years.

Europe

Spain: Basque separatist group ETA disarms

More than 850 people were killed as the Basque separatist group ETA fought for an independent state in southwestern France and northern Spain. But now ETA has disarmed after fighting a bloody campaign for independence for more than half a century.

Gender

Murdered for being women: Spain tackles femicide rates

Women are protesting as rates of violence against them rise, forcing the government to act.

Murdered for being women: Spain tackles femicide rates

Europe

Spain-UK row escalates over Gibraltar and Brexit

Moves by the EU to offer Spain a veto over Gibraltar's future trade relations with the bloc trigger fury in the UK.

Spain-UK row escalates over Gibraltar and Brexit

Talk to Al Jazeera

Catalan leader: What goes for Scotland, goes for us

As Catalan leaders push for an independence referendum, what would such a development mean for the future of the region?

Inside Story

Has ETA given up on independence?

ETA group said it was ready to hand over weapons to the Spanish government.

Europe

Basque separatist group ETA 'to disarm by April 8'

Activist with ties to Basque community says separatist group ETA will officially hand in its weapons by April 8.

Basque separatist group ETA 'to disarm by April 8'

Human Rights

Are Morocco and EU heading towards a political impasse?

Europe depends heavily on Morocco for cooperation on two most important concerns: Migration and counterterrorism.

Are Morocco and EU heading towards a political impasse?

Refugees

Spanish enclave stands between hope and despair

Border fence with razor wire is a formidable hurdle to overcome before refugees and migrants can enter Europe.