30 YEARS IN THE EU

Economic crisis denting Spaniards’ confidence in Europe, poll finds

Three decades after joining, Spanish support for the EU has slipped but remains high

LATIN AMERICA

The new Cuba is in Old Havana

Signs of Raúl Castro’s reforms are beginning to show in the city’s historic center More private firms are opening, with the state counting on them to boost restoration work

CINEMA

This week’s movie releases

The lizards are loose again in ‘Jurassic World,’ the fourth entry in the dino-disaster franchise Danish director Thomas Vinterberg takes Carey Mulligan ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’

LATIN AMERICA

Felipe González: “Venezuela is a country heading towards destruction”

Ex-Spanish PM was not permitted to attend hearing of opposition leader during recent visit

€119 for tackling Spain’s biggest corruption case in recent memory

Court-appointed attorney defending main Gürtel probe suspect has only received a pittance

CONSEQUENCES OF THE ELECTIONS

Leftist governments take shape in cities and regions across Spain

Popular Party set to lose its decades-long grip over the Valencian region, Madrid and Cádiz

Why cash is still king in Spain

Only 20 percent of all consumer purchases are made with credit cards, says Mastercard

Inditex expands global store network on back of rising first-quarter profit

Parent company of Zara brand posted 17% sales growth and opened 63 new premises

ROYAL SCANDAL

Spain’s King Felipe strips sister Cristina of title of duchess of Palma

The ‘infanta’ has been embroiled in an embezzlement scandal involving her husband Royal sources say “the decision to renounce succession rights” is still in her hands