Now in its late sixties, Spanish car maker Seat is a young company compared to many others. But the firm is proud of its history. And the sporty Cupra models are playing a major part in it.
Days after Catalonia's separatist parties were voted back into power, Spain's King Felipe VI has urged political restraint. Catalan leaders, who are either in jail or exile, will likely struggle to form a new government.
The crash course set by the governments of Spain and Catalonia over an independence vote seems unavoidable now. Meanwhile, an unexpected pro-referendum movement has blossomed in Madrid, Santiago Saez reports.
Unlike in much of Europe, the far right in Spain has failed to gain electoral power. Europhilia, a culture of integration and lessons from the past seem to be key. Santiago Saez reports from Madrid.
Inaki Urdangarin, husband of Spain's Princess Cristina, was handed a prison sentence for crimes including fraud and tax evasion. The princess had been acquitted of aiding Urdangarin.
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