For decades, Belgium has quietly offered an escape for activists considered enemies of the Spanish state. Here's how.
Mohammed is stuck in Melilla. He can't go back to his parents in Morocco, but he can't get further into Europe either.
Two young leaders from San Marino and Andorra on why they decided to go into national politics, in micro-states as populated as small cities.
Ivar Muñoz-Rojas's new book features photos from the personal archive of 'Slash' magazine founder Philomena Winstanley.
Landlords in Barcelona are cramming up to 30 people into a single shared flat, with each tenant living in a three-square-metre cubicle.
Photographer Sasha Asensio spent time in one of the dozens of 'narcopisos' in Barcelona.
Gangs are taking over flats in the city, making life a nightmare for their neighbours.
The organisers aim to throw the most inclusive and liberating party imaginable.
For decades, the caves have been home to people looking to embrace an alternative way of life.
"It happened while I was watching 'Dracula: Dead and Loving It.' I suddenly started to feel somewhat confused and a little guilty."
"I've been called a man and a bull, and told that no guy will ever want to go out with me."
"I didn't want to throw that gram of cocaine away. My grandmother lived through the war and raised me to never waste things."