REAL MADRID

Bernabéu to get company

Real Madrid to fund remodeling of stadium by putting sponsor’s name on wall

Spanish forces hand over control of Badghis base to Afghan army

Close to 100 Spanish military personnel died during the mission

Widowed woman loses status as daughter-in-law in taxman’s eyes

Pilar Arriols being asked to return 7,300-euro break on inheritance levy

LATIN AMERICA

Rousseff blasts international spying “intrusion” before United Nations

Brazilian leader calls for global framework to protect internet communications

Editorials

A worrying issue

Greater caution is needed when members of the armed forces fail to respect political neutrality

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina demands that Iran follow up on Jewish center bombing inquiry

President Fernández de Kirchner publicly asks Tehran government to keep its commitment

Las Vegas Sands knocks the ball into the government’s court

Gaming empire calls on Spain to guarantee “legal framework” for Eurovegas casino complex

BUSINESS

Telefónica must sell Vivo or TIM if it gains control of Telecom Italia, says Brasilia

Italy firm has no plans to offload operations in Brazil or Argentina

HEALTH OF THE KING

King Juan Carlos “in good spirits” after latest hip surgery

Monarch will have to go under the knife again within two months to fit a permanent replacement joint

BUSINESS

Prosecutor pursues PwC partners in Spain for tax fraud

Those named face jail terms of up to 14 years and heavy fines

DICTATORSHIP

Spanish High Court will summon former Franco officers wanted in Argentina

Judge Ruz informs Interpol that two of the four men Buenos Aires wanted to have extradited are now dead

OBITUARY

Álvaro Mutis and his literary mariner reach the end of their voyage

Prize-winning Colombian poet and writer passes away at 90 in Mexico City

BUSINESS

Spanish baker Panrico plans to lay off 1,900 workers

After suspending pay checks, food company now plans wage cut of between 35 and 45 percent

utility costs

Consumers opt for bulk energy buys

Some of Spain's electricty users are about to hold an auction with power companies They want to bring down their bills, but will the big players respond?

education

Classrooms stay empty as Balearics teachers strike enters second week

Thousands march against PP premier's new trilingual learning model

opinion

Indonesian night

In Indonesia, in less than a year, about a million people were murdered as a consequence of a military coup d'état