6:30 pm, May 7th | by Colette McIntyre
Sodeto is an isolated farming village in the Alberuela de Tubo province in Spain. The town’s seventy households were once struggling to make ends meet, victims of Spain’s severe economic downturn and a vicious drought; then, a few days before Christmas 2011, Sodeto won the largest lottery in the history of Spain: $950 million. Suddenly, quiet and tiny Sodeto became known as the luckiest village in the world.
10:45 am, May 26th | by Lilly ODonnell
A woman in Spain went to get an abortion in April, 2010, when she was eight weeks pregnant and it was legal to do so. The procedure failed, and seven months later, she gave birth — and now the doctor’s gonna pay for his mistake.