LATIN AMERICA

Thousands march against new government in Brazil

Crowds fill Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo in protest against country’s new president, Michel Temer

COLOMBIA

Juan Manuel Santos: “All peace processes are imperfect”

Colombia’s president discusses the accord reached with the FARC to end 52 years of war

Wildfire on Spanish coast forces 1,000 people from their homes

Jávea, home to large British and German communities, is affected by a blaze that began on Sunday; authorities suspect it is the work of an arsonist

SPANISH MISSIONARIES

Spanish nun shot dead during robbery in Haiti

Isabel Solá Matas, a nurse, had set up artificial limb workshop in the country

ART

Plot thickens in tale of nuns, missing art and a spat between Catalonia and Aragón

A crib on sale at auction alerted authorities to the irregular movement of a monastery’s valuables

Cartoons

Ros

Ros cartoon, September 5, 2016

FEATURES

Spain’s disappearing reserves of white gold

Once a global salt producer, Cadiz has only five artisan salt flats left

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, September 5, 2016

OPINION

Brazil: new president, same problems

Newly installed Michel Temer has the narrowest of windows to oversee a recovery, but some events will simply be beyond his control

POPULAR PARTY

Spain defends nomination of ‘Panama Papers’ minister for World Bank post

Government insists appointment is “purely administrative” and not “political”