OPINION

An opaque world

The best antidote to covert meddling is an independent media, but that too is being stealthily meddled with

Politics

Government plans to repeal core of Spain’s ‘gag law’ before year’s end

The socialist-parliamentary group has begun contact with other parties to accelerate the process of reforming the norm approved by the PP in 2015

INTERVIEW | Spanish prime minister

“The Catalan crisis is not going to be solved in one, two or even six years”

Spain’s new PM Pedro Sánchez discusses his plans for reform after leading a successful no-confidence motion in Congress three weeks ago

Politics

US denies entry authorization to ex-NATO chief Javier Solana over Iran trips

The veteran Spanish politician was automatically turned down because of Donald Trump’s country blacklist

CARTOONS

Ros

Ros cartoon, June 25, 2018

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, June 25, 2018

Environment

Pollution has killed 93,000 people in Spain in the last decade

Experts are calling for urgent action to tackle the problem, which causes more deaths than car accidents

Running of the Bulls

The Running of the Bulls without bullfights? Pamplona mayor says it’s possible

Joseba Asirón draws industry ire after suggesting “corridas” could disappear in the not-so-distant future

Crime

Case of murdered Dutchman goes to trial in northern Spain’s “Wild West”

Prosecutor is accusing two brothers of the murder of Martin Verfondern in a remote Galician hamlet