From Ground News.
Cartoonist Darío Adanti, one of the editors at Mongolia humour magazine, is currently the subject of legal action from a Catholic group over a front cover photo montage that made a crude joke about The Nativity.
There is a rash of such lawsuits pertaining to religious sensitivity, to such an extent that Amnesty International in Spain are calling for reform of the penal code.
While Adanti is not in trouble over a cartoon, such reform would benefit all cartoonists and satirists in Spain.
A few covers of the magazine here.