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Is a busload of single women the answer to Spain’s rural depopulation problem? As the young flee to major cities, some Spaniards have begun to come up with creative solutions to keep their countryside alive.
Hundreds of rural villages around Galicia in Spain are frozen in time, long-abandoned by their residents. But there are hopes that the current financial crisis could actually help revive the ruins.
Barcelona FC has long been a rallying point for the Catalans' call for independence. With Spain in crisis and passions running higher than ever, next year's referendum looks set to shake the country to its core.
No country is more nervous about Europe's economic future than Spain. With five million unemployed and property prices plummeting, economists say that unlike Greece, Spain is too big to bail.
The campaign for Basque independence has long divided opinion. Now that the 'Nelson Mandela' of the violent ETA separatist movement has been released from prison, can there finally be a reconciliation?
Spain's worst drought in almost a century has left reservoir levels dangerously low. However, government plans to solve the crisis are being met with fierce criticism.
The 1,400 km voyage from Senegal to the Canary Islands is now the favoured way for illegal immigrants to enter Europe. But as many as 40% never make it.
Allegations have circulated for years that the Spanish police are regularly torturing ETA suspects. Now, these claims have been backed up by the UN. We hear from some victims.