Wednesday, 1 March, 2017

Elsa Maishman (Reporter)

The gang were turning second-hand Toyotas, Fords and Peugeots into ‘top-of-the-range’ cars in a Girona sweatshop

The demand comes after a councillor in Vegas del Genil took a late night photo of a hallway, with the figure of a ghostly child in it

Miriam Gonzalez Durantez criticised the letter for not using her own name, which she said was ‘ironic’ as it was an invitation to an International Women’s Day event

It comes after a recent report showed that Spanish women earn 23.25% less than their male counterparts

Pablo Raez Martinez campaigned to increase bone marrow donations

He was killed while defending his teenage sons from a mob in Competa

This annual festival celebrates Andalucia's status as an autonomous community

Record numbers have breached the fences so far this year

The European Commission has said that Spain could face legal action

2017 has so far been the worst ever year for gender-based violence in Spain

More than 40% of Britons will change their holiday plans

Rato headed the International Monetary Fund from 2004 to 2007

There were over 200 call-outs to emergency services

The number of Spaniards registering as UK residents has also dropped

Valtonyc has been convicted of threats, glorifying terrorism and insulting the crown

Just 46% are completely satisfied with their partnership

A report accuses Spain of using the 'glorifying terrorism' offence to limit free speech

A counter-terrorism investigation has been launched

Spain has so far taken in just 1,100 of the 17,300 refugees it promised to accept

Some areas saw 130 litres per square metre of water fall in just three hours

FOUR out of five expats are afraid of losing their right to reside after Brexit. Some 83% of expats living in the EU are 'very concerned' about the impact Brexit could have on their...

A new method of calcium dating has put the caves at 20,000 years old


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