LATIN AMERICA

“We will resist at any price, because all we have left to lose is our lives”

Leader of Brazilian indigenous group in Spain to condemn his people’s forced displacement

PLANETA FUTURO

The curse of Togo’s child-witches

A missionary group is raising awareness about children accused of witchcraft in the African country

IMMIGRATION

Melilla Civil Guard chief investigated over African migrant deportations

NGOs claim that on-the-spot handovers violated existing agreements between Spain and Morocco

PLANETA FUTURO

“If I went back to China, I wouldn’t have the love my mother gives me”

The first generation of Chinese children to be adopted by Spanish families in 1995 is turning 18 A documentary charts the difficulties they faced fitting into a society unused to immigration

PLANETA FUTURO

No way out for Almería’s prostitutes

Hundreds of women are working in virtual slavery in brothels throughout the province Trapped by their debts to traffickers, they have seen their conditions worsen with the crisis

Asylum granted to Syrian woman suffering from burns

Almustafa had been receiving hospital treatment in Spanish North African exclave of Melilla

SOCIAL UNREST

More than two dozen injured as Congress protest turns violent

Around 2,000 demonstrators clash with riot police in demonstration against Citizens Safety Law

CRIME

Third suspect in child murder case tells court he was in Madrid on day of crime

Man's semen was found on 12-year-old's clothing, but no one can explain how it got there

IMMIGRATION

Children used by gangs as ‘human passports’ rescued in Melilla

Youngsters were sold to migrants who passed them off as their own to enter Spain

Search in Antwerp for missing engineer nears two-month mark

Child Focus launches national lottery poster campaign to find Hodei Egiluz

TRAGEDY IN LEÓN

"I got nervous. When there is gas in the mine, it is hard to stay calm"

A survivor of an underground blast reflects on last month's tragic accident in León

MARINE MYSTERY

Police confirm identity of skeleton in diving gear

Moroccan family with tragic past denies that Abdelaziz Elfayafi was simply trying to emigrate to Europe

IMMIGRATION

The desperate trip to Parallel 35

This summer has seen a sharp increase in the number of migrants making the dangerous crossing from Morocco on board inflatable dinghies

GENDER AND THE MILITARY

No room for women in the armed forces

The number of female recruits in the armed forces has remained stable at around 12 percent since the services were opened up to both sexes 25 years ago

SILENCED BY GANGS?

Brazil’s toxic environmental politics

Murder victim was investigating illegal dumping in reserve river, family say

WILDFIRES

Half of this year’s wildfires in July

Majority of blazes started on purpose Environmentalists warn more fires could be on the way

Archeology

Archeological discovery uncovered during building works at family home in León

Grave of child over 1,000 years old uncovered in garden during construction of a greenhouse

THE PP'S HIDDEN FINANCES

Opposition demands truth from PM over ex-treasurer’s revelations

“Bárcenas has papers that could topple government,” says lawyer Former PP moneyman asks judge to unblock his bank account to cover costs of his defense

GASTRONOMY

How to get a cut above

Crisis or no crisis, sales of top-quality Spanish cured ham are on the rise The increase is backed by growing interest in how best to serve this delicacy

ENVIRONMENT

Cantabria becomes first region in Spain to ban fracking

PP premier submits bill to prohibit controversial gas-extraction technique