Paris attacks

The wife of Spanish victim of Paris attacks: “He was trying to protect me”

Ángela Reina recounts events in Bataclan concert hall, where Juan Alberto González died

Latin America

Why Mexico still shuns television series about drug traffickers

Broadcasters are wary about producing prime-time programming about cartels


Uber reaches out to Spanish regulators in a major strategy shift

Car-sharing service willing to provide income information on drivers to local tax authorities


45% of jihadists arrested in Spain since 2013 are Spanish nationals

New study shows big spike in homegrown Islamist radicals, with more women and converts

Latin America

Five Latin Americans among the casualties in Paris attacks

At least two Brazilians and one Mexican are recovering from their injuries, say officials


More pressure on the EU

After the Paris attacks, the refugee crisis is moving towards its worst-case scenario


Barcelona police launch raid against sexual exploitation on city’s streets

Investigators expect to arrest 30 people for forcing Nigerian women into prostitution


The end of a collaboration

The EL PAÍS readers’ editor looks into complaints about the sudden removal of contributor Miguel Ángel Aguilar’s weekly opinion column

Paris attacks

“The Spanish royal palace even had microphones in the bathrooms”

Inventor Juan de la Cierva designed the king’s security system and won Spain its first Oscar