Man given one year in jail for locking four-year-old in the trunk of his car

Youngster was left for two hours inside while defendant visited girlfriend

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Media in Venezuela under attack for coverage of unrest

'TalCual' publisher faces stiff jail term in defamation suit filed by National Assembly speaker


‘The Voice’ contestant dies aged 11

Iraila broke down in tears when she was picked for next round of TV talent show The youngster had been suffering from cancer for four years

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Bachelet takes office for second term as Chile’s next president

Education reform and introducing same-sex marriage seen as her greatest challenges


Arrests made in alleged fraud scandal involving bogus training programs

Former president of the Madrid employers association among those detained


Bonaparte’s tunnel battles to see the light

Escape route from Royal Palace remains shut off following M-30 and Madrid Río building work

11-M: 10 YEARS ON

Thousand people turn out at Mass to remember victims of train bombings

Archbishop speaks of culprits as “people with dark objectives to win power” Prime Minister Rajoy among attendees, but predecessors Zapatero and Aznar notable absences


Madrid’s heartbreak café

For a year now a group has been meeting to share its romantic misadventures in a coffee shop A mediator steers the sessions and keeps the conversation flowing


My body, not the state’s

NGOs are campaigning to put sexual and reproductive rights on agenda for development goal talks Led by Amnesty International, the groups cite changes to Spain's abortion law as retrograde

11-M: 10 YEARS ON

“The clock stopped that day. Every day is March 11”

The March 11 terrorist attacks changed the lives of more than 3,000 people The psychological effects remain, with one victim, Laura, still in a coma