CEO had robustly defended his pay and says controversy over performance bonus is 'deeply disturbing'
The miners of Asturias began the struggle against Franco. Now they are leading a militant protest against Spanish austerity
The renegotiation can-of-worms has been opened as Ireland demands same pain-free bailout terms as Spain
Madrid is expected to ask EU for money to help its banks - but it will not be a full state bailout
PM knows the eurozone needs to form a 'banking union' to escape crisis, but he fears the consequences for the City
EU and German sources say Berlin is preparing to offer Spain a 'soft bailout' and spare it national humiliation
After cowing Portugal, Greece and Ireland, Germany has finally met its match in its game of euro debt crisis chicken
Europe's fourth-largest economy needs help as markets tumble and fears of a banking collapse mount
IMF boss provokes fury on social media after attack on 'people in Greece trying to escape tax'
Falling demand for olive oil in the Mediterrean and a bumper harvest have driven prices to a 10-year-low
Mothers and relatives of Uruguayan people who disappeared under the 1973-85 military dictatorship gather in Montevideo last night to remember them.
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