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Voters may well back Rajoy for economic reasons, but he must face up to corruption
The authorities acted after receiving an anonymous tip off
His injuries are not believed to be life threatening
Accusations of political slush funds, tax fraud and money laundering inspires game that has been downloaded more than 100,000 times
New wave in politics could push the toreadors out of town
Lessons in health and farming embedded in the storylines make mothers and daughters better informed and better off
Officials turn to retired Colombian generals as Sinaloa cartel kingpin remains on the run
Malaysia’s Prime Minister denies that he benefited from the investment fund that investigators have traced to what they allege are his own bank accounts
Animal rights group hails decision as 'a great day for humans and non-human citizens alike'
Notwithstanding the new fines for drunkenness, bars seem just as keen to rake in the cash
Also curbs on tourism and a real-life Ministry of Truth: Say hola! to the new Spanish politics
Iran welcomed back to international community after a decade of negotiations
In the final part of our series marking a year since the war, Alistair Dawber examines the global response to Israel's policies on settlements and blockade
The referendum has prompted shock in Germany, Italy, Spain and France
The city is of vital strategic importance to the Syrian president's regime
Manuela Carmena reportedly told supporters she did not 'want a space for public use to be named after the woman who enslaved the workers'