Latin America

Cover-up complaint against President Kirchner suffers major blow

Top prosecutor in Argentina finds no crime listed in his dead colleague's controversial writ


Tax Agency uncovers €20 billion of Spanish capital in Switzerland

New obligation to declare foreign assets sheds light on offshore wealth But revenue office opts to keep quiet on investigation into ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato

Anti-bullfight activists banned from protesting outside rings

New police regulations are aimed at “preventing possible altercations”

Latin America

Unraveling of gang truce brings fresh wave of violence to El Salvador

President Sánchez Cerán calls out military to deal with the rise in murders

Hispanist Raymond Carr dies at 96

British historian received the Prince of Asturias Award in 1999 for his work on Spain


Spanish GDP will not return to pre-crisis levels until 2017, says IMF

Organization warns against complacency and says more reforms are needed to create jobs

Majadahonda murder suspect was meant to be in a psychiatric hospital

Court had issued prior warrant against man arrested over disappearance of five women


Bomb thrown from car damages Spain’s embassy in Libya

No injuries reported at site that had been evacuated by Madrid last July

Tourism from Asia driving changes to Spanish sector

Spain needs to expand its sun-and-sand model to lure travelers from emerging nations