TERRORISM

Balearics judge sends Columbine-style bombing suspect to jail

Venezuelan journalist in Japan alerted Spanish authorities after reading blog posts Student said to have "admired" the tragedy of the 1999 massacre at a Colorado high school

LA LIGA

Real out to reassert ‘clásico’ edge

Mourinho’s team will fall 11 points behind if Barcelona wins Liga showdown

EDITORIAL

Romney takes a step forward

In the first of three televised debates the Republican scores a points victory

DEBT CRISIS

Canaries joins growing list of regions that need bailout

Request from sixth administration means liquidity fund is almost fully accounted for

Cabinet approves US anti-missile system for Cádiz military base

Zapatero first agreed to allow Washington to install the shield, set to remain in place until at least 2020

MEDIA

EL PAÍS announces layoffs in order to weather the crisis

Cost-cutting measures to include reductions in salaries and cutbacks in regional bureaus

CUBAN JUSTICE

Trial opens in Cuba against Spaniard involved in deaths of dissidents

"I am profoundly sorry for the accident," says Nuevas Generaciones official Cuban auhtorities detain dissident blogger Yoani Sánchez and her husband

ENVIRONMENT

Cabinet gives green light to Coast Law reform to save seaside homes

Overhaul will prevent thousands of beachfront houses from being demolished

POLITICS

Poll sees Popular Party holding on to majority in Galician elections

Socialists to remain in opposition with nationalist vote remaining stable

LITERATURE

Reading for free in Madrid

The Libros Libres project is offering books for nothing in the Chamberí district

ART

Distortion effect

The disturbing drawings of expressionist Egon Schiele

AUSTERITY POLITICS

Opposition parties up in arms over La Mancha leader’s pay cuts

Elimination of salary will enable lawmakers to make money elsewhere, says premier De Cospedal

BAILOUT FOR SPAIN

Brussels rules out Spanish petition for aid this weekend

European sources note market conditions have improved