CINEMA

Madrid turns its back on the movies

The organization responsible for attracting film shoots to the capital is on the verge of closure

latin america

Brazilian government makes concessions to quell protests before World Cup

But striking subway workers could bring São Paulo to a standstill on opening day

Latin america

Colombian candidates wrestle over FARC negotiations in TV debate

Presidential contenders Santos and Zuluaga stress their divergent views over peace process

TENNIS

Rafa Nadal: “I’d rather die being brave”

The world number one discusses tennis, tears and tattoos after his historic ninth Roland Garros win

Public Works Ministry threatens to levy fines on car-sharing schemes

Statement issued reminding that charging passengers for journey without proper licenses is illegal

Civil Guard investigating possible tax fraud in staging of Messi charity matches

Officers find transfers worth almost €1m sent to “G. Marín-Messi” in Caribbean offshore haven