ATTACK IN KABUL

King Felipe presides at funeral of police officers killed in Afghanistan

Prime Minister Rajoy among attendees of the service in Madrid for the men The officers were killed in a Taliban suicide attack last Friday

Latin America

Guatemala’s jailed ex-leader: “I didn’t want any deaths just to save my skin”

Otto Pérez Molina blames Washington for his downfall in an alleged customs bribery case

VERNE IN ENGLISH

The sporting Spanish cyclist who refused to overtake his rival

Cyclo-cross rider allows opponent carrying bike with flat tire to finish ahead of him

LATIN AMERICA

Colombia and FARC reach deal on helping victims of decades-old conflict

Government and guerrilla group seal agreement on one of most delicate issues in peace talks

Opera singer Montserrat Caballé accepts prison term for tax evasion

But 82-year-old will not serve six-month sentence for withholding 2010 payments

REAL ESTATE

Landmark Benidorm tower up for sale

Creditors seek investor to complete what was planned as Europe’s tallest residential building

SPANISH ELECTIONS 2015

Socialist leader corners PM on corruption in one-on-one TV debate

“You are not decent,” Pedro Sánchez tells Popular Party chief Rajoy in bitter encounter

INTERVIEW

Hispanist Paul Preston: “Franco remains a mystery to me”

British historian continues to revise his biography of the dictator, first published in 1993