CINEMA

Will Smith: “Hollywood is my family, but we have a problem…”

The star defends his decision not to attend this year’s Oscars on a visit to EL PAÍS

POST-ELECTION PACTS

Rajoy: “I am not an obstacle, the obstacle is Pedro Sánchez”

Spain’s acting PM calls on Socialist leader to reveal his plans to unblock political stalemate

Health scare

Ten questions and answers about the Zika virus

The key points about the mosquito-borne illness, which can cause birth defects

CORRUPTION

A ‘Who’s Who’ of this week’s anti-corruption sweep in Valencia

The undercover inquiry has ensnared prominent PP leaders from the last two decades

Latin America

Mexico among nations that have been “ripping us off,” Trump claims

Republican contender lays into US’s southern neighbor once again in new YouTube video

CORRUPTION

Entire Valencian PP under scrutiny in kickbacks-for-contracts probe

Investigators believe suspects bought large numbers of lottery tickets to launder funds

CORRUPTION

Major political corruption raid in Valencia nets 24 arrests

All suspects have ties to the Popular Party, which governed in the region from 1995-2015

Latin America

Dispute over official figures from ‘Dirty War’ draws ire in Argentina

The official number of missing is 30,000 but some claim it could be closer to 9,000

ECONOMY

Unemployment sees record drop in 2015, with 678,200 fewer out of work

Last year saw major improvements in labor market, although jobless rate still at 20.9%

INTERVIEW WITH THE FORMER SPANISH PRIME MINISTER

“Neither the PP nor the PSOE should stop the other from governing”

Felipe González lays out his point of view on the current political situation in Spain

DYING INDUSTRY

Last gasp for Spain’s tobacco industry

Over the last 15 years, manufacturer Altadis has closed down all but one of its factories