Potential lithium mine in Spain could be a game changer but faces opposition from conservationists
With a softened debt deal and widespread influence of Kremlin-backed media, Cuba follows Russian narrative on Ukraine, say independent journalists
War reporter who contributed to outlets including VOA denies accusations of spying as Poland detained him for three months
Europe’s biggest producer of ham is embroiled in a debate over what activists say is industrial farming’s harmful effects on the environment and abuse of animals.
Iberdrola sues El Confidencial, which calls case an attack on press freedom
Human rights groups accuse Cuban government of abusing rights of thousands of Cubans who work abroad.
‘It will leave us without eyes and ears’ says EFE president, as visa issues and harassment force Spanish news agency to rethink role in Cuba
A Spanish family's desire for their 5-year-old child to be taught Spanish at a Catalan school parks a bitter political battle.
Attacks rise in country against members of media, who report being threatened, assaulted over protest coverage
Following numerous bear attacks on people and livestock, some accuse EU officials of introducing bears without considering the impact on local communities
US social media giant said to add to Cuban journalists’ struggle to report on continued opposition protest efforts