Oscar-winner Penelope Cruz and husband, Javier Bardem test the existence of justice within the family circle in this Cannes selected film. It will run the course of Perth Festival.
- by Dakshayani Shankar
Protesters surrounded the parliament in Seville where the Popular Party's Juan Manuel Moreno delivered his investiture speech.
Rescuers are contending with two crucial questions after a 2-year-old slipped into a narrow, 100m-deep well: How can they reach him and is it too late?
- by Cleve R. Wootson Jr
Arrests follow an investigation into match-fixing by an organised Armenian criminal gang, the European Union's Europol agency said.
- by Mitch Phillips
A far-right party has taken a role in the formation of a regional government in Spain for the first time since the Franco dictatorship ended in 1975.
- by Sam Edwards
Spain's PM Pedro Sanchez braved street protests in Barcelona to unveil a slew of measures aimed at reaching out to Catalan public opinion.
- by Rodrigo Orihuela
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez threatened to deploy national police to the restive Catalonia region, as tensions escalate between Madrid and Barcelona.
- by Rodrigo Orihuela and Charles Penty
A witness in the trial of a Brazilian man accused of killing of his relatives told a court the suspect took a selfie with their dismembered bodies.
One morning in early September, five plainclothes police officers burst into the apartment Abdoulaye N. shared with two other migrants and arrested them.
- by Aida Alami