Latin America

Why radio is proving the best medium to promote Colombia’s peace process

Community broadcasters are being trained to bring stories of reconciliation to remote areas

Latin America

Colombia seeks to uncover the mystery of drug trafficker “Megateo”

Around 350 officers are hunting the insurgent leader, who some think may already be dead


Tensions threaten unity of Catalan leader’s pro-independence platform

Premier Mas accused of blackmailing pro-sovereignty groups into accepting his candidates


Spanish Congress approves third EU bailout for Greece

Ruling Popular Party blocks European reform debate proposed by the Socialists

Spanish government criticizes music festival’s ban on Jewish US singer

Ministry says request for Matisyahu to make a political statement “violates the conscience”


Ricky Gervais: “A bull killing a matador isn’t murder. It’s self-defense”

British comedian rails against bullfighting after learning of Spaniard’s goring death


Mountain biker’s death highlights dangers of Spain’s cycle-path traps

Forty-three-year old killed in July after riding into cable strung across Cantabria bike route