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Praise from the top for Spanish cuisine

World’s best chef credits Spain for his success

San Sebastian: The cutting edge of gastronomy

San Sebastian has been voted the gastronomic destination in the world. Here James Bryce looks at what makes the Basque city so appealing for foodies

Contador’s butcher threatens to sue

The cyclist claimed the clenbuterol found in his blood came from contaminated meat

Where justice meets farce: Garzon, the Spanish ‘superjudge’

Selfless human rights crusader, or show-off with a warped sense of his own powers? Eloise Horsfield takes a look at the controversial career of Spanish ‘superjudge’ Baltasar Garzon

Cool mountain lamb and sizzling sweet peppers

Katie Sims visits the community market of El Mercado Santo Domingo in Pamplona

Delegates’ plea to Eta

A Basque Country conference ends in peace plea to the separatist group

ETA calls truce

The Basque terrorists have called a permanent ceasefire

Highway to heaven

Editor Jon Clarke takes a culinary tour of Cordoba now the new motorway has finally opened

ETA attacks: the farewell push?

Recent attacks have raised fresh questions over the group's future, writes Kevin Guyan

Red bishops honoured

Bishops are fighting to ensure the memory of priests executed during the Civil War are not forgottten

Eta bomb in Madrid blasts the peace process

By Lisa Tilley AT one minute after 9am on Saturday December 30, a 200 kilo bomb razed a five story car-park to the ground at...