LATIN AMERICA

Snakes in a park force closure to public in Buenos Aires

Reptiles are entering urban areas through drains in the wake of heavy December floods

ROAD DEATHS

Madrid sees first fatal accident involving user of public bike service

32-year-old victim dies after hit-and-run in the early hours of Sunday morning

LATIN AMERICA

The mystery of the body parts washing up in Rio de Janeiro

Disembodied extremities regularly pop up in the city that is about to host Summer Games

CORRUPTION

Spaniards’ fears over corruption up eight points, new survey reveals

Only unemployment tops rising concerns over wrongdoing among Spain’s political class

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

92% of Spaniards believe gender inequality persists, poll finds

Majority say cultural and social factors are to blame for women’s worse conditions

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

Valencia introduces traffic lights depicting women

New female symbols, meant to make women “more visible,” receive mixed reviews

POST-ELECTION PACTS

PP plans campaign centered on Socialist chief to curb Ciudadanos

Conservatives designing presidential-style duel to take votes away from emerging party

EPS

The wronged man: The case of Romano van der Dussen

EL PAÍS talks to the Dutchman who spent 12 years in jail for rape until DNA proof showed his innocence