THE AMERICAS

Bernie Sanders: “America is suffering and does not trust the establishment”

Democratic presidential hopeful believes he can defeat Clinton in final stretch of nomination campaign

ANIMAL RIGHTS

“The time has come to break the law: it is time to kill the Toro de la Vega”

Many residents of Tordesillas refuse to accept a bull protection measure they view as imposed from the outside

OPINION

Addicted to indignation

I like getting angry so much that I look for opportunities everywhere

OPINION

A bonfire of responsibilities

The Seseña tire dump is a metaphor for a Spain still dragging its past behind it

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, May 24, 2016

AIR SCARE

Passenger flight dodges three drones before landing in Bilbao

Devices were flying at an altitude of 900 meters and represented a collision threat; police fail to find owners

VERNE IN ENGLISH

The red sky and the rainbow: Why sunsets in Madrid are so spectacular

Monday night saw the usual heavenly glow accompanied by a complete rainbow

THE AMERICAS

Coca-Cola set to suspend bottling in Venezuela as sugar supplies dwindle

State sugar company stops imports as foreign currency reserves dry up and crisis deepens

SPANISH POLITICS

Rajoy’s letter proves he has a hidden agenda, claims Spanish opposition

Parties and unions reject acting prime minister’s pledge to Brussels to make new cuts to reduce the deficit

VERNE IN ENGLISH

All Cats Are Beautiful or All Cops Are Bastards?

Madrid woman is fined for carrying a bag showing a cat’s face and a slogan that police view as a stand-in for a popular insult

AVE HIGH-SPEED RAIL NETWORK

One in four AVE stations used by fewer than 100 passengers a day

High-speed rail network is still making a loss overall, with just three profitable routes