LATIN AMERICA

Why Latin America’s biggest bike rental service is about to get bigger

More residents in the Mexican capital are turning to bicycles to avoid the congested traffic

LATIN AMERICA

The Mexican nine-year-old studying chemistry at university

Carlos Santamaría is finishing school online so he can also take college classes

LATIN AMERICA

Family of Spanish priest accused of gang ties in El Salvador waits on tenterhooks

Father Antonio Rodríguez was arrested over links to country’s notorious Maras organizations

Worst weekend of the year so far sees 20 deaths on Spain’s roads

National traffic authority reports a total of 15 incidents Four adults killed and two children seriously injured after vehicle veers off road in Granada

dignity marches

“I heard a shot and the rubber bullet hit me square on”

Young protestor loses his left testicle during rioting at Madrid’s Dignity March

social unrest

Madrid Mayor Ana Botella calls for ban on downtown protests

Violent incidents at “Dignity March” prompt demands for action against events in capital

CRIME

Spain and UK police smash massive boiler room scam

108 people arrested in 18-million-euro fraud investigation

PRINCESS IN COURT

Princess Cristina: 182 “I don’t knows” and 55 “I don’t recalls”

EL PAÍS obtains official court transcript of royal daughter’s historic February 8 court appearance

UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION

“This reform is the work of a subservient government”

Family of TV cameraman killed in Iraq outraged by plan for universal justice cases

BOULEVARD PROTESTS

Burgos mayor orders work on flashpoint road project to restart

Opposition to Popular Party-run City Hall asks for dialogue and suspension of boulevard after week of violent protests

BOULEVARD PROTESTS

Burgos mayor puts controversial road conversion project on hold

City officials cannot guarantee the safety of workers and demonstrators, says Javier Lacalle

STREET PROTEST

Burgos activists hunker down against construction project

State security secretary claims protest has been “infiltrated” by violent groups that travel around the country

Burgos residents’ pitched battle against boulevard plan stretches into third day

Mayor says most citizens “ashamed” of image conveyed by violence