More children’s bodies identified at Florida reform school

Names have now been attached to three of the 55 sets of remains found at reformatory in Marianna


Brazilian presidential candidates remain silent on abortion

With the election just days away, the tragedy of illegal procedures is failing to trigger public debate


The key points of the government appeal

Executive argues that a referendum in Catalonia would deny the remainder of Spaniards their rights

Homophobic attacks are on the rise in Spain, but few are complaining

Hate crimes report reveals that only a small percentage of assaults are taken to the police

Thousands march across Spain to celebrate end of abortion reform

Pro-choice campaigners also hail resignation of ex-justice minister over failure of law

The dilemmas of treating Spain’s teenage transsexuals

Drugs allowing young people to delay decisions on their gender aren’t available in all regions

Government files appeal in Constitutional Court against Catalan referendum vote

“No one can deny Spaniards the right to decide what their country is,” says PM Rajoy


Catalan premier confident courts will allow independence vote

Constitutional Court must “think very hard about what it is going to do,” says Artur Mas

From the courtroom to crime novel

Magistrate under fire for including details of Asunta Basterra murder case in new book