IGUALA MURDERS

UN: “The Ayotzinapa case remains unsolved”

Representative for Human Rights in Mexico says that the Iguala murders “can’t go unpunished”

WILDLIFE CRIMES

Second headless bison found inside Spanish animal sanctuary

Investigators confirm that the herd leader’s head was hacked off with an axe

BRAZIL

Is Brazil’s Lula the target of a smear campaign?

The media has covered graft accusations widely, despite little hard evidence against ex-president

ENVIRONMENT

Huge traffic jams hit ‘car-free’ day in Madrid

Frustrated drivers take to social media to vent their frustation over lengthy travel times

SAN SEBASTIÁN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Sigourney Weaver: “The Spanish have a special relationship with cinema”

US actress accepts lifetime achievement award at San Sebastián film festival

DIANA QUER DISAPPEARANCE

A month on, Spanish teen’s mother appeals to public for help

Police say that “all hypotheses are open” in a case which has garnered massive attention

SPANISH POLITICS

Spanish king’s UN speech provides political ammunition back home

PP conservatives say Socialists should feel particularly targeted by Felipe VI’s request for dialogue

UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Latin America’s new right-leaning leaders make United Nations debut

Presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Peru share optimistic vision of countries at General Assembly

SOCCER

Groin injury sidelines Leo Messi for three weeks, will miss World Cup qualifier

Barcelona striker taken off in second-half of 1-1 draw with Atlético Madrid

MEXICO

Spanish soccer chief’s niece was killed hours after ransom was paid

María Villar was kidnapped in Mexico after taking a taxi and murdered two days later

HOSPITALITY SECTOR

Are Spaniards stingy tippers? This restaurant survey says yes...

Most customers leave less than 5% of the bill, but owners reject the idea of mandatory tipping