Man beaten by Mossos only had tiny amount of cocaine in body

Autopsy finding contradicts officers' account, which claimed he was under the influence of drugs

ECONOMY

Brussels to rap Spain’s knuckles over imbalances

Public debt and unemployment remain above EU limits

LATIN AMERICA

Chile prepares to put Pinochet’s Constitution to rest

Leftists organize drives for constitutional reform ahead of Sunday’s presidential race

EDITORIAL

Up to the challenge

Agreement needs to be reached on new and more effective measures to combat climate change

OBITUARY

Amparo Rivelles, 88, winner of the first Best Actress Goya

Veteran of the Spanish stage and cinema dies in Madrid

CULTURE

“I still have the same enthusiasm”

Alberto Schommer, 85, is dedicating his National Photography Prize win to his wife, who died two months ago His dream is to see his work hang in the Prado

LATIN AMERICA

Peña Nieto surprises Mexicans by ceding ground to disgruntled teachers

Leaked document of a secret meeting suggests PRI government will tweak education law

BUSINESS

Finding virtue in the run of Andalusia’s olive oil mills

Spanish business study on family-owned companies in Jaén province triumphs in the United States

TENNIS

Doubles joy balances Nadal loss

Verdasco and Marrero pull off shock win over Bryan brothers in World Tour Finals

Terrorism and the law

Supreme Court leaves decisions on ETA terrorist releases to lower tribunals

European ruling on sentence-stretching “Parot doctrine” will be applied on a case-by-case basis

LAW & ORDER

A few bad apples..?

The death of a Barcelona businessman has once again raised the issue of brutality on the part of the Catalan regional police force

EDUCATION

Brussels slams Spain's latest claims on Erasmus funding as "rubbish"

EC dismisses minister's announcement that budget for exchange program will see fall in students

LABOR DISPUTE

Arrests made as Madrid garbage strike enters second week

Street cleaners facing personnel reduction plan accused of vandalism and failing to maintain minimum service

OPINION

Democratic recession

Distrust of politicians in Spain means the Socialist Party’s relaunch runs the risk of being stillborn

CONSUMPTION

Spaniards urged to throw out less food as part of European war on waste

Country is the sixth-worst culprit in EU for binning foodstuffs

LABOR

Spain’s great wage freeze reaches collective bargaining accords

Purchasing power on the slide for Spanish workers as even those with union protection join devaluation tendency

THE CATALAN QUESTION

Catalan parties attempt to harness Constitution for status vote drive

CiU and other pro-sovereignty forces agree to present resolution in Congress requesting referendum powers