Photo Essays

Immigration in Europe

Greece, Italy and Spain are just beginning to grapple with large numbers of migrants. So far, they're failing.

Hooded Penitents Celebrate Holy Week

While Holy Week is celebrated around the globe by Christians, Spain is renowned for a particularly colorful tradition: the procession of the nazareno penitents...

The Perfect Steak

A search for the ultimate steak takes a group of food aficionados deep into the hills of northern Spain. Photographs for TIME by Jose Luis Lopez de Zubiria.

The A List

From leather jackets in Spain to denim in Moscow — here's what's selling in the global men's market

The World's Wackiest Holidays

From the largest annual tomato fight in Spain, to Scotland's "Up Helly-Aa" fire festival, a look at those special days when people around the world go slightly...

Summer of Sorrow

Bombings and assassinations shake SpainA series of bombings and assassinations have turned Spain's summer into a season of mourning. The attacks, all attributed...

Semana Santa

The week from Palm Sunday to Easter, Semana Santa — Holy Week — is Catholicism's most sacred period. In Spain and Mexico, it's an affair both joyous and sad,...

Ashes to Ashes

Attacks by the Basque separatist group ETA sow fear and anger in Spain as the death toll climbs

Swine Flu Hits Mexico

The swine flu outbreak in Mexico has killed at least 150 people and spread to nations as far away as New Zealand and Spain.