WAVE OF JIHADIST ATTACKS

At least 37 dead in attack at Spanish-owned hotel in Tunisia

Man opens fire in hotel belonging to RIU chain in Port Kantaoui, in Sousse Victims reported to be Belgian, British and German. No Spaniards were staying at the resort Spain raises terror alert level in wake of Friday’s attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait

US Supreme Court rules same-sex marriage legal

Landmark decision paves way for nationwide unions, which Spain has allowed since 2005

Latin America

US Spanish TV network dumps Trump over remarks about Mexicans

Univision cancels plans to broadcast presidential candidate’s Miss USA beauty contest

Latin America

Peru’s support for Bolivian sea access claim creates tensions with Chile

Chilean President Bachelet cancels next week’s meeting with Peruvian leader Humala

VERNE

Conspiracy theories abound after Iglesias and Colau get stuck in elevator

Podemos leader live tweets experience of getting trapped with new Barcelona mayor

Does the Spanish interior minister’s dog enjoy air travel perks?

Socialists table question in Congress over whether “Lola” is getting VIP treatment

EFFECTS OF THE CRISIS

Number of Spanish emigrants nearly doubles in four years

But new figures also show that rate of people leaving is slowing down

CINEMA

This week’s movie releases

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson finds himself at fault in earthquake drama ‘San Andreas’ Action comedy ‘Spy’ showcases the comic talents of Melissa McCarthy

Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner’s tempestuous Spanish love affair

New book explores trips made by ‘Ol’ Blue Eyes’ to see love of his life in her beloved Spain

MUNICIPAL POLITICS

Judge summons councilor who made Holocaust and ETA jokes on Twitter

High Court will soon decide whether Guillermo Zapata may be tried for humiliating victims The messages were posted on the microblogging site in 2011