Peasant growers take protest into 12th day in several Colombian regions
Popular Party may have broken law in deleting hard drives, opposition claims after evidence blank drawn in court
But PP opposition plans to link Socialist to investigation into the wrongful use of subsidies for struggling companies
The labor minister’s explanations do not allow for a proper evaluation of her reforms
Tourism and exports behind first such surplus since 1997
Sources in opposition skeptical about leadership aspirant’s commitment to contribute to party renewal
Activists carry out back-to-school 'shopping' for impoverished families
A decade on from the country’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Ayacucho shows uneven progress
A kidnapping, a convict on the run, a girl taken to a magical world, a secret band of demon-slayers and One Direction
Real and Barça to face Juventus and Milan in Champions League group stage
Antonio de la Torre and Javier Cámara are both up for prizes
"It will be very tough for everyone," says late owner's daughter.
The Getxophoto festival turns its lenses on the surreal
Union claims that system was used to track employees without their knowledge.
One month after derailment, all tracks across Spain to be fitted with signalling and automatic braking systems