SEXUAL ASSAULT AT THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS

Lawyers in San Fermín rape trial withdraw controversial detective report

The defense had the victim followed and her social media activity monitored in order to determine her behavior after the attack

SEXUAL ABUSE

The “other” Pamplona gang rape trial

The defense in the Sanfermines rape case is complaining about parallel process outside the court, while using the media to mount its own sideshow

INTERVIEW | Virginija Langbakk

“Society still tries to excuse men and blame women for gender violence”

EU equality chief argues lack of standard definitions for abuse hides scale of problem

literature

Child author who wrote stories to forget rare illness dies at age 12

Rubén Darío Ávalos published four books of stories and one historical novel

Migrant crisis

“I am inside a prison? But why?”

Non-profit lawyers denounce conditions in which a group of nearly 500 migrants is being held in a Málaga penitentiary

Cartoons

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 23, 2017

Cartoons

Ros

Ros cartoon, November 23, 2017

Migrant Crisis

Caught unprepared, Spain sends migrant arrivals to unfinished prison

Politicians, unions and NGOs criticize decision to use penitentiary as a temporary holding center

SEXUAL ASSAULT

Victim of Pamplona gang rape did not consent verbally, admits first of the accused

2016 assault at Running of the Bulls has underscored safety issues and galvanized public opinion

SEXUAL ASSAULT AT THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS

Pamplona rape trial reveals changing attitudes to sexual violence in Spain

Attempts to blame victim of alleged assault widely rejected as attacks receive global attention

Crisis in Catalonia

Ecuador calls on Julian Assange not to interfere in the Catalan crisis

South American nation says he has “formally committed to behavior compatible with Ecuadorean State”