Latin America

Argentina’s other stolen babies

Not all those who were taken from their parents at birth were victims of the military regime

Opera star Montserrat Caballé fails to show up for court hearing

The soprano had been due to sign legal deal admitting she defrauded taxman of €500,000

Latin America

Guantánamo: A never-ending limbo

Of the nearly 800 inmates that the prison camp once held, only eight have been convicted

The Spanish photographer who captured the horrors of Mauthausen

Francisco Boix rescued hundreds of images of life in the Austrian concentration camp


Spain swelters in July-like heat

Seville, Madrid and other capitals could break May temperature records on Wednesday


All 152 Spaniards in Nepal accounted for after new quake, says government

Madrid calls off rescue mission to find six people missing since April 25 tremor


Spanish labor unions and employer groups agree to 1% wage rise in 2015

Deal comes after a six-month negotiation and departs from salary freezes of 2010 and 2012

Mining the metals that make the modern world go round in La Mancha

A firm wants to extract the rare earth elements used to power smartphones in Ciudad Real