It is the first death of a matador in the ring in Spain this century
A 58-year-old Spaniard and a 73-year-old South African man have been left in a serious condition after being gored during the run
'If the commission wants to preserve its credibility on upholding budget rules, we have to approve sanctions against Spain and Portugal,' says Germany's EU Commisioner Günther Oettinger
David Barnett was in St Fermin 25 years ago when a young Swede was gored during the Running of the Bulls. Despite the obvious dangers, people are still drawn to the Basque spectacle today
A sign was used in the show that said: 'Long Live Alka ETA'
From the vantage point of financial markets, none of the governance options on the table will be attractive and the political uncertainty has the potential to undermine economic recovery
A second general election in six months leaves the country facing new uncertainties just as it had begun to emerge from financial strife
A December ballot left the country without an elected government
'Look at the result this way, it was not the most logical, rational or desirable, but it was the most obvious'
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
'Please don’t go! Why Germany needs the British'
The producers suggest pairing the wine with sushi, nachos with guacamole or pasta carbonara with music from James Blake or Alt J in the background
It is practically impossible to have been raised in England without having been indoctrinated in the notion that we are better than Johnny Foreigner. This is the deep well from which the Brexit militants draw
Affordable luxury right in the heart of Spain's buzzing capital
'Bull dodger' won several trophies for exploits and was something of a celebrity in his region
The vast majority of young adults in Spain live with their parents