LATIN AMERICA

Bolivia’s untapped ‘white gold’

The country has the largest lithium reserves in the world, but has yet to fully exploit them

LATIN AMERICA

Ayotzinapa, the cradle of Mexico’s rebel teachers

The town’s students, like those killed in Iguala, have a history of fighting for social causes

Caja Madrid chairman spent €10,000 on wine with company credit card

New details of undeclared purchases and cash withdrawals by bank executives emerges

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Nursing staff resign from their posts to avoid treating Ebola cases

Workers at Carlos III Hospital in Madrid argue safety measures are not adequate

EBOLA IN SPAIN

“The dog had to be destroyed as we had nowhere to leave it”

Animal health expert upholds “harsh and sad” decision to destroy Ebola patient’s pet

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Condition of Spanish nursing assistant with Ebola virus worsens

Teresa Romero’s brother tells reporters she is suffering pulmonary problems

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Madrid health chief: “You don’t need a master’s to put the protective suit on”

Javier Rodríguez still believes nursing assistant infected with Ebola hid information

TELEVISION

‘Game of Thrones’ set off limits to visitors in Seville

Fifth series of fantasy series will include scenes shot in Real Alcázar palace

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Six high-risk patients being kept in isolation at Carlos III Hospital

The two doctors who treated Ebola patient Teresa Romero in Alcorcón are latest arrivals

EBOLA IN SPAIN

ER doctor who treated Ebola victim taken into isolation for monitoring

In his official report, Juan Manuel Parra complains that protective clothing was too small