Temporary stoppage at ArcelorMittal threatens stability in Michoacán

Mexican state already struggling with organized crime, astronomical debt and corruption


Opposition obtains key victories in Bolivian local and regional elections

Evo Morales’ ruling MAS suffers several setbacks but says national policy will not change


Spain’s politicians scramble for photo opportunities ahead of elections

But flurry of ribbon-cutting ends as voting legislation bans further acts before May 24

Two women fight to avoid jail over seven-year-old credit card crime

Pair get two-year sentences for spending €857 with a stolen Visa, but now lead lawful lives


Cabo de Gata: bathing suits optional

A look at the very best and most remote coves in this Andalusian natural park


What now for Spain’s public broadcaster?

Rising debts, political interference and plummeting audiences. RTVE needs urgent attention

Just 14 of Spain’s 48 airports run by the national authority turn a profit

AENA’s stock exchange debut has forced it to become more transparent in its accounts

‘World Press Photo’ rewards first-hand look at the plight of immigrants

Photojournalist Carlos Spottorno has won third prize in the Short Feature category “At the gates of Europe” is an account of a migrant rescue operation at sea Guillermo Abril wrote the text for a project that began as a special for El País Semanal