IMMIGRATION

The underage migrants who changed Spain’s repatriation policy

A surge in complaints has led to more guarantees for the minors, but there is renewed political support for sending them back

COURT PROBE

Spain opens investigation into suicide of former Venezuelan oil chief

Márquez Caberera, who held a top post at PDVSA under Hugo Chávez, was found hanging from his own belt just days after agreeing to cooperate in a money laundering probe

CARTOONS

El Roto

El Roto cartoon, July 29, 2019

SPANISH POLITICS

In wake of failed investiture bid, Socialists rule out coalition government

Acting deputy PM Carmen Calvo said the party would not negotiate Cabinet positions with Unidas Podemos after the anti-austerity group abstained from last week’s crucial vote

PROPERTY IN SPAIN

The UK vulture fund that’s brought security to a Madrid apartment block

A building in the vibrant Lavapiés neighborhood, in the south of the Spanish capital, has been bought up by a investment firm, which has installed 24-hour guards on the door