Survivalists or so-called 'preppers' have long been bracing for disaster. It appears that the Covid-19 pandemic has given this secretive community a boost. But is it an outdoor hobby, a fringe discipline or a prudent strategy for self-preservation?
Verdi's tragic Otello is an enormous challenge for any conductor: from the rousing storm at the beginning to the quiet "Ave Maria" at the end. We delve into the craft of charismatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel as he inspires in Barcelona with his interpretation.
The study found no "influences from North Africa" in the Basque region, which, on the contrary, "are appreciated in most populations of the Iberian Peninsula".
No lubricant needed.
Five thousand-strong crowd enjoy rock concert after COVID screen
Some 5,000 people are being allowed into the venue to watch Spanish rock group Love of Lesbian after passing a same-day COVID-19 screening.
More than 23,000 people from Morocco and West Africa arrived on the resort archipelago in the past year as authorities cracked down on previously popular routes on the Mediterranean.
The trial centres on an alleged system of parallel accounting used to pay bonuses to People's Party leaders and collaborators.
"Today we are a more human, fairer and freer country," said Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez after Spanish lawmakers approved the euthanasia bill on Thursday.
Spain could become one of the first countries in the world to trial a four-day working week.
A European software is enabling researchers to speed up drug production by interpreting chemical compounds and molecules on a range of laboratory machines. Pharmaceutical companies working on COVID-19 vaccines use it every day.
Ten years since the start of the conflict in Syria that has killed half a million people, a Syrian journalist recounts how he spent nearly eight years dodging police, bullets and bombs, before finding refuge in Madrid.
Euronews journalist Marta Rodríguez shares some tips on how to get the best out of a trip to her native Spain.
Similar drug-smuggling vessels have in the past been discovered at sea, especially near Central and South America.