Credit for Coke's secret recipe goes to an American pharmacist named John Pemberton. But if you ask around a certain tiny village in southeast Spain, people tell a different story. The World's Gerry Hadden went to Ayelo to learn more.
This summer an American friend, an old college buddy, came to visit us in Barcelona with his family. Unexpectedly, someone in his family fell ill. We ended up in the emergency room of a local hospital.
Some gay and lesbian Spaniards are trying to open Spain's first gay-friendly retirement home. They're doing it at a time when the new conservative government is trying to roll back gay rights legislation.
In Spain, a nuclear controversy continues. In fact it dates back to the 1960's when two American Air Force planes collided in midair and exploded, dropping four nuclear bombs on a tiny Mediterranean farming village.
A Catholic priest in Spain is trying something new to bring in parishioners. He commissioned some graffiti artists to decorate the interior of his church's dome. But it's graffiti in a Romanesque style.