LATIN AMERICA

As Cuba thaw continues, authorities announce Wi-Fi plan for Havana’s Malecón

Six-kilometer stretch of pier will get web access, while more and more Cubans are getting online

THE DRUG DEBATE

The entrepreneurs planting the seeds to make a million from legal marijuana

A key legalization vote in California in November could unleash a green gold rush

EL VIAJERO

Ten beaches where you can best enjoy Spain’s Indian summer

Out of season, September and October can be the best time for a Mediterranean seaside break

ANTHROPOLOGY

Mexico City’s seldom-seen bone collection sheds light on an ancient past

Specimens from Museum of Anthropology include remains of the earliest inhabitants of the Americas

VENEZUELA

Delayed recall referendum in Venezuela pushes elections to 2019

Maduro could go in February plebiscite, but ‘chavismo’ would remain in office through vice-president

BANKIA

Barcelona Bankia branch faces asset seizure over preferential shares

Court officials will enter offices to recover money on behalf of 81-year old widow

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Ros

Ros cartoon, September 23, 2016

EDITORIAL

Congested cities

Measures are urgently required to provide cleaner means of transport

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El Roto

El Roto, September 23, 2016

SPANISH POLITICS

Political deadlock in Spain takes toll on increasingly divided parties

Main opposition Socialists cannot agree on whether to let conservatives form a government

DRUG CRIMES

Burundanga, the stealth drug making a name for itself in the US and Europe

Widely known in Latin America, use by criminals of this incapacitating substance is spreading

ECONOMY

Spain’s debt equivalent to a year’s work for every man, woman, and child

Debt-to-GDP ratio passes 100% for third time in months, reaching levels not seen in 100 years