latin america

An intimate portrait of Evo Morales

The Bolivian president chronicles his early years in autobiography ‘My life’

Naming and shaming the celebrity tax dodgers

Soprano Montserrat Caballé is just the latest famous Spaniard to fall foul of the tax authorities


Five TV stations fade to black

Xplora, La Sexta 3 and Nitro among those forced to shut down just before midnight Industry Ministry had given networks May 6 deadline to comply with Supreme Court ruling


Filmmaker challenges Mexican president to TV debate on energy reform

Influential director Alfonso Cuarón presents government with questions about liberalization plans


“We will report on news that’s in the interest of readers, not of an ideology”

Antonio Caño, the new editor-in-chief of EL PAÍS, answers the public’s questions

the church

Priest sparks outrage with comments on domestic violence during Mass

“A man might get drunk and beat his wife, but he didn’t kill her the way they do today,” he said


Young reformers

Spain’s youngsters are highly critical of the establishment, but they want to see its institutions improved, rather than abolished altogether


Government announces record fall in unemployed for April

Jobless figures down by 111,565, the best result for fourth month since statistical series began But 4,684,301 individuals still remain on the unemployment rolls