THE AMERICAS

Investigative report accuses Mexican president of plagiarizing law thesis

A spokesman for Peña Nieto admits there were “errors in style like quotes without inverted commas”

Editorials

A commitment to higher education

Spanish universities are still not faring well on international rankings. The government must take action

MEXICO

‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s son released unharmed, says family

Rival cartel accused of kidnapping jailed drug kingpin’s son as part of turf war

ECONOMY AND BUSINESS

Spanish firms headhunt abroad despite high unemployment

More than half of those hiring say they can’t find the right people for the job at home

CARTOONS

Ros

Ros cartoon August 22

CARTOONS

Forges

Forges cartoon August 22

POLITICS

Socialist Party assumes Rajoy will fail in bid to form government

Federal committee will meet in October after two key regional elections to review its position

RIO OLYMPICS

A late finish in Rio earns Team Spain a place in the history books

Despite limited resources, Spanish Olympians showed their mettle, taking seven gold medals

SPANISH POLITICS

PP and Ciudadanos sign corruption pact ahead of investiture negotiations

“This is the beginning of a love affair,” says PP spokesman, while Socialist leader insists his party will not support Rajoy

NUDISM

Spain’s nudist beaches: a niche market with more appeal to foreigners?

Catalonia’s 50 naturist areas are mainly used by visitors from Germany, France and the Netherlands