Latin America

Police raid home of computer expert who loaned gun to dead prosecutor

New claims emerge that Alberto Nisman's computer was accessed after his death

Latin America

Maduro asks for special powers to “defeat US imperialism”

Venezuelan leader's request comes after Washington’s action on human rights abuses


EL PAÍS among founders of new alliance of leading European papers

Former editor-in-chief Javier Moreno announces launch of LENA The group of seven outlets will share content and digital projects


88% of cultural content consumed online in Spain illegal, says industry

Film remains most affected sector, followed by television and music 4.455 billion items, with a market value of €23.265 billion, were illegally accessed last year

Ryanair closes deal to operate out of infamous Castellón airport

Airline will be first to offer regular flights from the facility in Valencia Despite opening four years ago, the airport is yet to see passenger traffic

Police chief’s business activities probed

José Manuel Villarejo, an "undercover agent," has been linked to several high-profile cases He will now be investigated by the Interior Ministry due to his stake in a number of firms


US chain Costco to open Madrid store

The wholesaler inaugurated its first Spanish branch in Seville last May


Two jihadists “ready to attack” in Spain arrested in Ceuta

Detentions are consequence of operation that broke up cell in January, authorities say

Iberian Lynx returns to Madrid region after 40 years

Male released in Toledo hills last November tracked around 50 kilometers from capital