LITERATURE

All you need is books

Britain, the guest at the 2015 Guadalajara Book Fair, is consecrating its famed ’80s generation

LATIN AMERICA

Regional Venezuelan opposition leader shot dead at campaign event

Luis Manuel Díaz was gunned down at a gathering in the north of the country

BUSINESS

Abengoa on verge of largest bankruptcy filing in Spanish history

The renewable energy and engineering company has filed for creditor protection

LATIN AMERICA

The immigrant who’s helping Hillary Clinton mobilize Latino voters

Lorella Praeli was a rights activist before taking on her role for the Democratic candidate

VERNE IN ENGLISH

Twitter reacts as Rajoy chooses soccer commentary over political debate

The prime minister spent Wednesday night watching Champions League matches on Cope Users of social networks were quick to ask why he refuses to take part in head-to-heads

THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

Spain plans to take over UN mission in southern Lebanon next year

Move will have to be ratified by Spanish government that emerges from December elections

Editorials

Rajoy is not taking things seriously

The Spanish prime minister appears to be isolating himself from his allies and turning a blind eye to the jihadist threat

THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

Rajoy faces growing internal and external pressure to help France

Felipe VI asks for EU to "stand united" against those who want to take away our freedom

TECHNOLOGY

“Anybody who is reasonably smart can make it in Silicon Valley”

Adeyemi Ajao, cofounder of Tuenti, discusses life among the California tech set