LATIN AMERICA

The garbage-dump grave of the 43 missing Mexican students

EL PAÍS visits the site where the authorities believe the youths were killed and burned

LATIN AMERICA

The bonfire that lit up Iguala’s darkest night

Reconstructing the events surrounding the capture and death of 43 Mexican students

BID FOR INDEPENDENCE

Catalan leaders divided over next step after independence vote

Brussels declines to comment on self-rule poll, while British PM expresses support for unity

Madrid’s landmark Mercado de Fuencarral to close in 2015

Alternative market helped revive rundown Chueca and Malasaña after it opened in 1998

EBOLA IN SPAIN

Ebola survivor Teresa Romero to seek €300,000 in damages

Nursing assistant suing Madrid health chief for attacking her honor

Speeding likely cause of bus crash that killed 14 in Murcia

Same vehicle suffered non-fatal accident in 2010 and was simply fixed and repainted

Spain to research HIV cure using umbilical cord blood

Barcelona man who received experimental therapy was free of virus after three months

BID FOR INDEPENDENCE

Catalonia says “international battle” over independence still to be won

Regional government keen to whip up more foreign support for an official referendum

BID FOR INDEPENDENCE

Catalan premier to raise pressure on Madrid for official referendum

Regional government believes results of alternative self-rule vote provide leverage it needs

INDEPENDENCE BID

“If the prosecutor is seeking someone to blame, it should be me” – Mas

Regional premier plays down threat of legal action against him over unofficial poll Several incidents reported in protest of independence vote in Catalonia region

BID FOR INDEPENDENCE

1.8 million people vote in favor of independence for Catalonia

Over a third of those eligible turned out to vote, according to census estimates