Transportation

At least 56 injured in train accident in central Barcelona

Commuter service hit buffer stop in Francia station; one passenger reported to be in serious condition

THE NARCOTICS TRADE

How Spain is losing the war against the drug trade in the south

In a part of Cádiz province known as Campo de Gibraltar – adjacent to the British overseas territory – an old battle for control of the drug trade is being waged more aggressively than ever before. Operators in the area carry out their deals with a feeling of impunity, while law enforcement agencies do their best to fight a war that they admit to be losing, for now at least. The following is the story of the ongoing battle from both sides of the trenches.

TELEVISION

UK firm Sky plans to launch streaming content service in Spain this year

British operator ready to compete with Netflix, HBO and Amazon for a share of the pie

CONSTRUCTION SCANDAL IN LATIN AMERICA

Lawyer at center of Odebrecht scandal: “The company bribed more than 1,000 people”

In an exclusive interview with EL PAÍS, the former attorney reveals the key workings of the scheme, which saw millions in commissions paid to the governments of 12 countries

editorial

Maduro’s accomplices

Unidos Podemos can no longer defend Venezuela’s slide into authoritarianism

Cartoon

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, July 28, 2017

Cartoon

Ros

Ros cartoon, July 28, 2017

ENVIRONMENT

“The average temperature in Madrid in summer will go from 29°C to 36°C”

Julio Díaz, who studies link between environment and mortality, discusses effects of global warming

Drugs

The ‘drug of the gods’ arrives in Spain

Participants in ceremonies where the substance is consumed can pay more than €500 for the experience

Spain’s colonial history

Has the tomb of the first historian of the Americas been discovered?

Despite having been forgotten by history, Gonzalo Fernández Oviedo played a key role in the conquest