Editorials

Civil war in the offing?

The repression of the Muslim Brothers brings Egypt close to armed confrontation

ENVIRONMENT

Bunkering brawl as Galicia agrees to refueling at anchor off its coastline

Environment minister denounced the practice in Gibraltar earlier this week

TRAVEL

Benidorm: still a classic

Is the aging, “tacky” seaside resort unfit for tourism? Ask again

ECONOMY

More tourists than ever seeking the Spanish sun

Experts and hotel owners expecting record year, though jobs and inland tourism yet to pick up

This week’s movie releases

Matt Damon stars in District 9 director Neill Blomkamp's sociologically slanted sci-fi, Elysium

Short films keep on getting bigger

Online festivals and new technologies are helping boost the format

When the party was still raging

A debut feature about disillusionment in 1980s Spain premieres at Locarno

Mexico orders the arrest of Caro Quintero for extradition

LA LIGA

Alcorcón to stay in Segunda after 11th-hour audit approval

Madrid club was threatened with demotion due to doubts over allegedly fictitious loan

ART WORLD

Daring to shine amid the crisis

The Portuguese city of Évora opens a stunning new exhibition center

OPINION

The Espionage Hacked

Assange and Snowden have rendered a priceless service to Western public opinion by revealing the extent of cyber-spying

BUSINESS BLOW

LatAm corporations pass on Spain

So-called 'multilatinas' prefer London as the focus of their European operations

SPOOF SPOOK

Fake “spy chief” gave recruits sex tests

Victims were asked to provide money and sexual favors to secure fictitious jobs as secret agents

PARTY IN CRISIS

PP split over fallout from Bárcenas’ corruption revelations

Ruling party divided between those who wish for a complete overhaul and others who say a gentle transition will win back voter confidence

Catalan town rebels against overeager speed cameras

Supplier company receives 30 percent of every fine levied on motorists on highway with low accident rate