LATIN AMERICA

Tensions flare as former Colombian president Uribe returns as senator

The ex-head of state makes a political comeback four years after he left office

LATIN AMERICA

Argentina: days away from a default

The Fernández administration must reach an agreement with the “vulture funds” by Wednesday

renewing the monarchy

Felipe VI bars Spanish royals from working in private sector

King introduces new measures to increase transparency and prevent new scandals

Judge confirms Leo Messi remains official target in tax fraud case

Argentinean soccer star “may have been aware and consented to network of front firms”

CHANGEOVER IN THE PSOE

New Socialist leader out to attract Spain’s angry and disaffected voters

Pedro Sánchez reaches out to those who want to “change things without populism”

Political corruption behind fortune held by ex-Catalan premier’s son, police say

Jordi Pujol, who ruled region for 23 years, has confessed to keeping millions in tax havens

REFERENDUM ROW

The silent Catalans start to speak out

Those who disagree with secession from Spain are beginning to make their voices heard