LATIN AMERICA

FARC suspends ceasefire after 26 rebels die in military air attack

Fatalities represent new setback to de-escalation of conflict after killing of 10 soldiers

Latin America

Guatemalan leader fires three ministers as political crisis deepens

Calls grow louder for President Otto Pérez Molina to step down over corruption allegations

Latin America

Brazilian blogger investigating child prostitution found decapitated

Minas Gerais journalists union asks federal police to probe crimes against reporters

TELEVISION

‘Game of Thrones’ eyeing Girona for season six

HBO yet to confirm it will film in Catalan city after TV firm chief reveals news in interview

EFFECTS OF THE CRISIS

Are you rich, poor or average? Calculate your share of the pie

An OECD application lets you compare your income levels with those of the rest of the population

DRUG TRAFFICKING

The Guadalquivir: a river of drugs

Andalusian waterway is entry point of choice for smugglers bringing hashish from Morocco

CINEMA

This week’s movie releases

Sean Penn and Javier Bardem star in Barcelona-shot thriller ‘The Gunman’ Eighties horror classic ‘Poltergeist’ comes back to haunt us in a new reboot

LOCAL AND REGIONAL ELECTIONS 2015

Authorities ban ‘Indignados’ march planned for Saturday in Madrid

Government delegate warns that it violates legal “reflection day” before Sunday elections Law enforcement agencies will act “proportionately to whatever unfolds”

ART

A 15-year quest to do a good deed

Seville businessman Mariano Bellver wanted to make a €14m gift to his city But bureaucratic hurdles meant he had to wait more than a decade to do so

LOCAL AND REGIONAL ELECTIONS 2015

“On May 25, a lot of people will see that there will be no apocalypse”

Íñigo Errejón, the second-in-command at Podemos, believes “change is irreversible” in Spain