LATIN AMERICA

Tarahumara runners return to Mexico’s Copper Canyon

A year after drug violence prompted cancellation, ultramarathon attracts 600 competitors

PANAMA PAPERS

Spanish king’s aunt admits to owning company named in Panama Papers

Pilar de Borbón denies relation between company’s dissolution and monarch’s coronation, which both took place within a week

BUSINESS

Banco Santander intends to lay off 1,200 employees in Spain

Move comes amid plans to close 450 branches in a bid to streamline network of offices

US Elections 2016

The view from Mexico: “Trump is a venom-spitting psychopath”

Republican candidate’s latest plan to block remittances to pay for border wall draws fresh ire

HOUSING

Madrid sale of public housing to vulture fund was illegal, report finds

Regional comptroller sees irregularities in Blackstone’s purchase of 1,860 homes in 2013

POLITICS

Standoff between Spanish government and Congress intensifies

Second minister refuses to address house committee; opposition schedules a question time certain to be ignored

NATIONAL STEREOTYPES

British press has field day with news Spanish PM wants to “kill the siesta”

Cultural stereotypes abound in reporting of Rajoy’s plan for working day to end at 6pm

PANAMA PAPERS

Almodóvar cancels press events due to media pressure over “Panama Papers”

Director and brother named in leak as having power-of-attorney at offshore company