Sofía López González, 47, was leaning between the bars of a grill-covered doorway when she was caught on the horn of a heifer causing a fatal injury to her abdomen
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Minister says any judgement would be made on 'reality not speculation'
This vast, sparsely populated and largely unsung province contains the nation's creation story - and a surprising number of storks
Animal rights groups have called for 'total abolition of bullfighting'
Victor Barrio was the first matador to be killed in a Spanish bull ring since 1985
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
The UK is in the departure lounge – destination unknown. So all this week Simon Calder is answering your questions about the impact of the EU referendum result on travel
Union to launch legal appeal against dismissals
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
Centre-right Partido Popular paints picture of economic disaster if left-wing Podemos party takes power
'I want to be absolutely clear. The United Kingdom will continue to stand beside Gibraltar,' British minister says in first diplomatic spat following Brexit vote
'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