As the Spanish Parliament debates a bill to scrap forced sterilisation of women and girls with disability, Euronews spoke to a survivor.
Powerful Storm Gloria swept parts of Spain with high winds, heavy rain and snow forcing the closure of Alicante airport, disrupting 190 flights. The Ports of Gandia and Formentera were also closed.
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.
Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, says the territory should remain accessible to the rest of the EU after January 31.
The Catholic tradition is meant to bring the animals health and protection for the coming year.
The annual ritual sees horses ridden through bonfires.
The bans will take place at Magaluf and a number of other party destinations.
The decision could take several months.
He was one of two people killed in a huge explosion at a chemical plant in north-east Spain on Tuesday.
Catalonia emergency services have called the blast a 'chemical accident'
Catalan separatist leaders Carles Puigdemont and Antoni Comin vowed to push their secessionist cause onto Europe’s agenda as they took up their seats in Strasbourg, despite facing an arrest warrant in Spain.
Now fully accredited MEPS, they are here to attend the first plenary of the year. After expressing his joy, Carles Puigdemont told the press the Catalan independence question was a European issue.
More than two years ago, Oriol Junqueras was the legal, legitimate and elected vice president of Catalonia, contributing decisively to calling a referendum of self-determination. Now, he could also be remembered as a key shaper of Europe.
What does Spain's election result mean for Catalonia's independence movement?
This is the first coalition government since Spain's transition to democracy after the regime of Francisco Franco.
EU parliament accredits Catalan separatists
Spainish Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez must wait yet again before he can move forward with a coalition government.
As expected, Spain's interim Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has failed in his first attempt to get Parliament's backing to form a coalition government. A second vote on Tuesday should give him the votes he needs.
Spain's coalition saga continues.
A lawyer for the Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont said Belgian judicial authorities have suspended the arrest warrant against him due to his immunity as an MEP.
The last generation of Spanish Civil War survivors spoke to Euronews about their experiences, 80 years on. "I will never forgive them," said 99-year-old Alejandro del Amo Diaz.
The elf showed off some killer acrobatics and collected some last-ditch letters for Santa Claus.
What does the ECJ ruling mean for Puigdemont and how does EU law work in the Catalonian indpendence struggle. An explainer.
This year, the incredibly popular Spanish lottery, known as El Gordo or "The Fat One", handed out a total of €2.24 billion in prizes.
The picture was the latest in a series of football-themed street works by a local artist called TVBOY.
Oriol Junqueras, former Vice President of Catalonia, became a Member of the European Parliament as soon as he was elected – so says the EU's top court in Luxembourg. That means he enjoyed parliamentary immunity from that moment on, even if he was in pre-trial detention.