Researchers have identified the remains of at least three Neanderthals who lived more than 50,000 years ago from bones found at a cave site.
Researchers have uncovered evidence of a group of Neanderthals that hunted deer around 60,000 years ago.
The woman had been working under a senior doctor and co-workers said the only seemingly odd thing about her was that she asked a lot of questions.
At its peak the Iberian city of Ullastret is thought to have housed more than 6,000 people but may have been abandoned as a consequence of the second Punic war.
Cannibalism does not appear to have been widespread among Neanderthals but evidence from a site in Spain shows that among some groups it was more common.
The airline also made it a requirement for flight attendants to wear high heels.
American-born Spaniard Maria Branyas Morera, aged 115 years and 320 days old, became the world's oldest person following the death of the previous title holder.
The incident comes amid reports from Moscow of another executive linked to a gas company who also allegedly killed his wife and daughter before committing suicide.
The nation is seeing a sharp rise in coronavirus infections as the fast-spreading Delta variant races through the country's unvaccinated young people.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said the release was "the best decision for Catalonia and the best decision for Spain."
The public prosecutor said the skeleton was found "fleshless" and fully clothed. Investigators do not suspect foul play, and believe the man may have died after falling.
Tensions escalate in Spain during the housing crisis, as a video from a protest on Tuesday shows protesters spraying paint at police.
Officers arriving at the scene of a crash found the body of an elderly man in an advanced state of decomposition, strapped into the front passenger seat.
The biggest threats to rule of law, peacekeeping and individual freedoms in Spain and Europe stem from violent expressions of exclusionary nationalism and populism.
The visibly nervous suspect was stopped by traffic control in El Vendrell, Catalonia, Spain.
Nine Catalan leaders were sentenced to between nine and 13 years in prison by the Spanish supreme court on Monday.
Taber School in Barcelona said nearly a third of its children's books were "toxic."
The Embassy of Ecuador in London cut the WikiLeaks founder's web access in March, accusing him of damaging Ecuador's relations with other nations.
The suspect allegedly believed in Nazi ideology and bragged to friends about killing a gay man.
Moscow's top diplomat joked that Russia had a "tough year" interfering in every election in the world, regrets it so far failed to topple the Japanese emperor.
His departure would lead to the Third Spanish Republic, new governments in Madrid and Barcelona, and to a constitutional assembly.
90 percent of Catalans voted for independence on October 1, but the turnout was only 43 percent.
Carles Puigdemont, the region's president, addressed the parliament Tuesday.