PP'S HIDDEN FINANCES

Jailed ex-treasurer turns up heat on Popular Party

Bárcenas sends judge evidence that predecessor used alleged slush fund

THE CATALAN QUESTION

Catalan Socialists suspend rebel deputies over referendum vote

Decision whether to expel Marina Geli, Joan Ignasi Elena and Núria Ventura to be taken Tuesday

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico arrests one of the leaders of Templarios cartel

Forces in Michoacán detain alleged drug boss during operation to restore law and order in state

Death of deprived Seville family may have been caused by chemical inhalation

Judge says husband, wife and daughter likely died after breathing gas produced by fumigation compound

Editorials

Insufficient reform on surveillance

Obama’s proposals for dealing with the excesses of espionage are little more than a gesture

LATIN AMERICA

Chile and Peru strengthen ties as both nations await ruling on maritime dispute

International Court of Justice to decide on Pacific boundary markers next week

TOURISM

Bumper year for foreign tourism

Number of visitors in first 11 months was 57.6 million, more than in the whole of 2012 But only beach-holiday segment prospering, with rural tourism still feeling effects of weak demand

INTERVIEW

“My pardon request was lost but this is not being investigated”

Baltasar Garzón talks about the state of the judiciary in Spain and his commitment to freedom of information and WikiLeaks

HERITAGE

Altamira caves to reopen

The Cantabria complex, dubbed the Sistine Chapel of Paleolithic art, will host weekly groups of five The aim is to gauge the impact of human presence on the paintings

AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Nadal defies Nishikori as Muguruza bows out

World number one battles time violations, blisters and wily opponent to reach quarters

CATHOLICISM

New Spanish cardinal calls homosexuality a “deficiency”

Fernando Sebastián insists his position is in line with tolerant approach taken by Pope Francis

PHOTOGRAPHY

A new book of Genesis

CaixaForum Madrid exhibits 245 of the images taken by Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado in some of the most inaccessible places on the planet

BUSINESS

La Felguera: The aspirin capital

The Bayer plant in the Asturian town produces all of the acetylsalicylic acid needed for the German pharmaceutical giant's hallmark product

PLANETA FUTURO

“Everyone steals from you on the way”

Each year thousands of Africans try to cross the Sahara to reach Europe En route, many die and many just get trapped, unable to go on and unable to get back home

ECONOMY

Household wealth rises as debts fall

Stock-market recovery also helps boost Spaniards’ holdings

TOWARD THE END OF ETA

Basque leader to ask Rajoy for ETA prisoner benefits

Urkullu expected to meet prime minister this week after his PNV party threw weight behind pro-inmate protest

LA LIGA REVIEW

Real back on track as leaders derail

Atlético and Barcelona both held to leave a single point between the top three Opposing fortune for Betis and Sevilla on coach selection

WASTE DISPOSAL

The town that cooks the trash

The municipality of Rivas Vaciamadrid is looking to export a technology that reduces waste by 70 percent But environmentalists oppose it

COLUMN

The gumboil

He looked in the mirror and again saw his deformed face; the left jaw as if the bone in it had melted

Garzón calls for Franco truth commission

Suspended judge asks “victims of terrorism to recognize that there are victims of the Franco regime who are waiting for justice”

DIPLOMACY

United States wants to expand its rapid-reaction force based in Spain

Marines given “temporary” permission to use Morón de la Frontera facility in wake of war in Libya