Latin America

Celebrating king of tango Carlos Gardel, 80 years on from his death

Concerts and exhibitions all over the region will be focusing on the singer’s life and work


Supreme Court probes ex-Andalusia chiefs for breach of public duty

Manuel Chaves gives up deputy’s seat following judge’s report in ERE layoff fund case

Man gored to death by bull during Midsummer celebrations

Victim dies after suffering wounds to his abdomen during festivities in Extremadura town

Latin America

Death of Brazilian pop star stuns half of country and baffles other

While millions mourned the passing of Cristiano Araújo, others had no idea who he was


Alhambra chief arrested in money-laundering investigation

Police looking into awarding of audio guides contract at Granada tourist site


The case of the senior skater, or why things aren’t always as they seem

When a TV show disguised one of Spain’s best skaters as a grandpa, chaos ensues


“I had 130 work contracts in two years”

The number of Spaniards being hired for jobs lasting less than a week is rising Many live an insecure existence, without vacations or sick pay, waiting for the phone to ring


Why Iván has to travel 57 kilometers just to get to school

Parents of kids with disabilities are torn between special education and regular school


Spain facing compensation bill of billions over renewables cuts

Government suffers first setback as arbitration court says it is competent to judge claims