Curro was the mascot for Seville's 1992 World Expo. He symbolised hope for a bright future – but that future turned out rather dystopian.
They call themselves the "Victors," and they're providing essential services in a historically tough barrio.
From hacked account to possible doping ban, it's been a rough couple months for Samir Nasri
Police are concerned it's a turf war but Australia's leading expert in bikies says there's no need for panic.
During the holy week known as Semana Santa in Seville, try to look past the penitent men in the KKK-esque hoods and focus on the delicious torrijas and pestiños.
Vino de naranja, or orange wine, is something of a speciality here in Andalusia. My first impression of it was not so great—it seemed a bit like the lovechild between a can of Fanta and a bottle of cough medicine—until I realized I was drinking it...
Featuring pointed hoods that are used for parading, not evil.