Protestor lost eye as result of police rubber bullet, Barcelona court rules

Catalan government had blamed violent rioters for incident during 2012 general strike Victim Ester Quintana wants to see officials step down over her case

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Michoacán’s vigilantes divided on eve of disbandment deadline

Violence continues to grip the Mexican state despite government sweep against drug cartel


Madrid moves to banish cars from center

City Hall to impose time limits on street parking, extend pedestrian areas and ban trucks in day More bus lanes, resident-only zones and spots for bikes, among other traffic-reduction measures


“I encourage people to think big — that’s the key”

Student Joshua A. Aguilar's ‘The Art of Entrepreneurship’ has become an internet bestseller


Why 95% of cybercrimes committed in Spain are going unpunished

Ministry report into digital offenses highlights dangers to society, the economy and infrastructure

Five minors dead in Badajoz bus crash

Judge sends driver of digger involved in collision with sports team’s vehicle to prison without bail The 37-year-old man was found to have hashish and cocaine in his system