LATIN AMERICA

Mexico’s Human Rights Commission: soldiers killed 15 civilians in Tlatlaya

Organization says massacre was one of worst violations committed by army

ART

Reina Sofía museum planning Santander headquarters

New branch of Madrid gallery will house private collection of 20th-century art documents

Appeals court revokes compensation to Spanish thalidomide victims

Madrid tribunal says claim was filed too late, but those affected vow to keep fighting

FIGHT AGAINST ISIS

Spain to deploy 300 troops in Iraq to train army against Islamic State

Defense minister requested congressional approval for the operation on Wednesday

LATIN AMERICA

Sluggish economy forces Brazil to make structural reforms

The winner of Sunday’s presidential election will have to balance the public finances

IMMIGRATION

PP seeks to legalize on-the-spot deportations of illegal immigrants

Move comes as 400 sub-Saharans make fresh attempt to jump Melilla border fence

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Carlos III doctors most experienced in treating Ebola in developed world

Nursing aide’s “enormous physical and mental strength” were key to her recovery, they say

EPS

Inside Spain’s Civil Guard

Feared under Franco, the 170-year-old force has been reinvented under democracy