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This week’s movie releases

There's whisky business in Ken Loach's latest, The Angels' Share Night finally falls on The Twilight Saga in Breaking Dawn - Part 2

MORTGAGE MISERY

Cabinet approves measures to curb nationwide home evictions

Low-rent public housing will be available for affected families Valencia court stops bailiffs from kicking out single mother

DAVIS CUP FINAL

Ferrer to open Davis Cup assault

World number five will play Stepanek; Almagro to face Berdych in game two

Pandas lived in Spain, say scientists

Paleontologists believe remains dug up in Zaragoza and Catalonia belong to creature’s ancestor

Editorials

Pan-European protest

A strike of uneven adherence and large-scale protests are the reflection of enormous discontent

DIPLOMACY

Iberoamerican meet to kick off in Cádiz without Argentinean president

Fernández de Kirchner among number of Latin leaders who will not be attending as Spain asks region for investment help

TENNIS

"Ferrer never gives a free point"

Radek Stepanek, the leader of the Czech Davis Cup team, looks ahead to the final

INTERVIEW - Paul Preston

"I'm no royalist but Spain needs its king"

The historian discusses his updated biography of King Juan Carlos

LATIN AMERICA

Dirceu sentenced to over 10 years for role in Brazil's 'mensalão' case

Corruption proven to have been rife in Lula's government

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina to take Ghana to court as sailors bristle against frigate's seizure

Port authorities' attempt to board impounded vessel met by show of arms

LATIN AMERICA

Chilean court invalidates mayoral result

Maya Fernández, a 41-year-old veterinarian, said her lawyers were going to challenge the recount

LATIN AMERICA

Colombia horrified by massacre of workers

Ten farm hands killed by gunmen in Santa Rosa de Osos, a town in Antioquia department

LATIN AMERICA

Tax hikes spark protests in Dominican Republic

Government says measures are needed to tackle deficit

CRIME

Who ate the Serbian gangster?

Investigators still unraveling Madrid cannibal killing

OPINION

Blind man's bluff

Minister Wert must know better than to use expressions such as "Hispanicizing" Catalan schoolchildren

MORTGAGE MISERY

Government and Socialists in last-minute talks to halt flood of evictions

Cabinet due to approve decree to ease suffering caused by banks’ foreclosures on Thursday

ECONOMIC INDICATORS

Decline in economy slows in third quarter on improved household spending

Consumers may have brought forward purchases ahead of VAT hike in September

LABOR PROTESTS

Massive anti-government demonstrations cap national strike day

Hundreds of thousands march to reject government’s austerity measures Mossos chief says images of 13-year-old beaten by police "hurt my eyes"