EURO CRISIS

Quick decisions needed to shore up Spanish economy, says PM

Rajoy tells EU leaders they “must be conscious this is a money issue” Brussels unlikely to change banking aid rule

EDITORIAL

Protecting the most vulnerable

The means of saving money on pharmaceuticals must not penalize the poorest patients

EURO 2012

Ramos and the flamenco penalty

“I did it out of wounded pride,” says defender, as Spain reaches third straight final

BANKING CRISIS

Novacaixagalicia chairman throws in the towel under court pressure

Eighty-year-old Fernández Gayoso leaves under a cloud of inflated severance packages

SOCIETY

Baroness Thyssen: "We are all in the middle of a crisis"

Ex-Miss Spain Carmen Cervera to sell Constable painting due to lack of funds

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico readies to welcome back PRI

Polls show once-dominant party's Peña Nieto leading presidential race

LATIN AMERICA

Uruguay reveals plan to legalize marijuana

Proposal has been criticized by the opposition and drug addiction treatment centers Some 150,000 Uruguayans - five percent of the general population - consume marijuana

Freedom for a Galician kingpin

Drug trafficker and would-be country squire Laureano Oubiña Piñeiro is about to be let out of jail

LATIN AMERICA

Paraguay ousts Lugo after brief trial

OAS to send delegation to Asunción as landlocked nation finds itself ostracized

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina braces for transport stoppage

Bolivia reaches pact with striking police officers after five days of violence

LATIN AMERICA

Mothers of stolen babies are terrorists, says Videla

Former dictator protesting "unjust sentence" given to him for "contribution to national harmony"

OPINION

Dinosaur graveyard

Spain's Audit Court is a toothless watchdog where old hands go to enjoy the perks

JUDICIAL SCANDAL

After Dívar scandal, watchdog prepares humble "austerity plan"

CGPJ members spent over 800,000 euros on trips last year

CORRUPTION IN COURT

Fabra case judge turns to judicial watchdog for protection

Castellón High Court is pressuring for dismissal after eight years of legal delays, magistrate claims