Rappler's latest stories on Gibraltar
Britain's Foreign Office says it will raise the issue at the United Nations, with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab warning that it is part of a 'pattern of behavior...designed to disrupt regional security'
Gibraltar's government says it could not seek a court order to detain the supertanker because US sanctions against Iran were not applicable in the European Union
The US Justice Department alleges the tanker Grace 1 is part of a scheme 'to unlawfully access the US financial system to support illicit shipments to Syria from Iran by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps'
The Grace 1 will be renamed and switched to the Iranian flag for its onward journey, an official says
(UPDATED) The Grace 1 'is no longer subject to detention,' Gibraltar Chief Justice Anthony Dudley says in court
A court in Gibraltar is to decide the fate of Grace 1 supertanker on Thursday, August 15, when an order for its detention lapses
The nominee to become chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, said Washington is putting together a coalition 'in terms of providing military escort, naval escort to commercial shipping'
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani calls the seizure of the tanker 'a foolish act'
(UPDATED) A senior foreign ministry official describes the UK move as 'unacceptable' in a meeting with the British ambassador, who has been summoned to hear a formal protest
White House National Security Advisor John Bolton tweets: 'Excellent news: UK has detained the supertanker Grace 1 laden with Iranian oil bound for Syria in violation of EU sanctions'
Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis: I won t make an agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom conditional on recovering sovereignty over Gibraltar
EU leaders granted Madrid a veto over any future deal with Britain that would involve ithe territory in the recently released EU 27 guidelines on Brexit
Tensions over the territory have ebbed and flowed over the years but they spiked again due to a clause in the EU s position in upcoming Brexit negotiations
British foreign minister Boris Johnson stresses Gibraltar will not be bargained away during Brexit negotiations
UPDATED Sturgeon says she is utterly determined to protect Scotland as she obtained a formal mandate for direct talks with the European Union institutions at an emergency session of the Scottish parliament
The tiny rocky outcrop on Spain s southern tip has long been the subject of an acrimonious sovereignty row between London and Madrid
Mossack Fonseca says the office closures are part of a strategy to consolidate our service office network
UPDATED The shallow quake hit at 4:22 am local time 0422 GMT 62 kilometers 39 miles north of the Moroccan city of Al Hoceima and 164 kilometers east southeast of Gibraltar
The number of Africans risking their lives on dinghies has surged officials say – many searching for refuge from war and oppression or in the simple hope of achieving a better life
The study suggests that the doves found in a cave in Gibraltar may have been butchered and then roasted – the first evidence of hominids eating birds
Spain and Britain have been at loggerheads over the contested British territory of Gibraltar
Foreign Office minister Mark Simmonds said he wanted to de escalate the situation but would not put up with bullying and intimidation of the British territory
UK s Cameron also insisted that any solution to the recent row between Spain and Britain over the outpost would be achieved through diplomacy not rhetoric
Experts: Britain is determined to keep Gibraltar for communications and intelligence reasons and to monitor traffic in the Strait of Gibraltar
Spain considers taking its row with Britain over Gibraltar to the United Nations and the International Court of Justice
The British government is considering taking legal action against Spain over border checks imposed at the border with Gibraltar
Increasingly stringent car searches by Spanish border guards have irked Gibraltar a British territory
Gibraltar has accused Spain of deliberately creating border hold ups in retaliation for the tiny British overseas territory dumping concrete blocks in the sea to create an artificial reef