Police in Spain and Morocco arrested a student over a plan to bomb Seville’s Holy Week processions, days after ISIS threatened a similar attack.
Itxu Díaz is a Spanish journalist, political satirist, author and editor. He has published eight books. I Killed an Internet Guru, became one of Spain’s best selling humor books in 2012. His latest, The Century Has Not Yet Begun, was published in 2017. He is currently an advisor to the ministry for education, culture and sport in Madrid.
The 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the globe puts new light on the shocking testimonies of those who took part in the voyage that changed the world forever.
During the Catalan secession crisis, a flood of social media posts from Russia and Venezuela spread fake news. The evident purpose: to undermine European as well as Spanish unity.
The Catalan government has systematically silenced more than half of Catalan society—the non-independentistas—and has imposed a unilateral path toward secession.
Somebody stole hundreds of grenades and explosive charges in Portugal. And that motherlode will likely wind up in the hands of jihadis who want to bring terror deep into Europe.
Spanish journalist Antonio Pampliega spent 10 months captive in Syria. In an exclusive interview, he tells The Daily Beast why this war has no happy ending.
The ISIS offensive is Europewide. These are some lessons to be learned before the next attack.
Castro was an egomaniac, cunning, incredibly resilient, and able to charm a surprising array of world leaders. Why is Trump just about the only one who got him right?