Saturday, 16 December, 2017

Tag: galicia

A SPANISH court has ordered a British insurance firm to cough up part of €1.8 billion in damages to the Spanish government. The A Coruña court ruled that The London P&I Club must pay €1...

AN 82-year-old woman is fighting for her life after being viciously attacked by two dogs as she walked home from church in Spain.  The emergency services say the woman's legs had to be amputated below...

AT least 39 people have died in forest fires tearing through Portugal and Spain. Authorities said they were still battling 60 blazes in Portugal and another 50 in Spain last night. Portugal has been forced to ask for...

AT least 34 people have died due to the devastating forest fires in Portugal and Spain. Several people are still missing in Portugal, including a one-month old baby, while two victims in Galicia, Spain, burned...

AT least nine people have died following the outbreak of wildfires in Portugal and Spain over the weekend.  Hundreds of fires, which were made deliberately in Spain, were fanned by strong winds from hurricane Ophelia,...

AT least two are dead following the outbreak of an estimated 146 fires in Galicia.  Some 500 military personnel have been rushed to scenes in northwest Spain to tackle the inferno which began over the...

Owner Amancio Ortega raked in more than €1 billion

She was walking across Westminster bridge after a day's work

He has been ordered to attend a spiritual retreat to reflect on the incident

Graphic content warning: Following the shocking massacre of a landowner's dogs by alleged hunters upset over a hunting ban, we trace the Spanish roots of the gruesome sport

The European Court of Human Rights judged that Spanish courts denied apartment owners in Galicia the right to defend their interests by not informing them of legal proceedings to revoke planning permission for the building

The men are believed to be Algerian and Moroccan nationals with links to ISIS

Police hunt Potter-inspired graffitist for defacing historic dolmen

He said that many of his neighbours had recognised him on the packets

Parador inside medieval castle closed down after 18 months of protests

He reportedly ignored a cordon and drove into an 'at risk' area
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Emergency services are currently at the scene

Local police were called to the scene at around 9 am today

A brave pursuit by ecologists could finally spell the end of one of Spain’s top fishing gangs, writes Joe Duggan

There is more to Spain than visiting cathedrals in Barcelona, going to Plaza Mayor in Madrid, enjoying Las Fallas in Valencia, or lying on Empuriabrava beach at the Costa Brava

It's home to Spain's most stunning cathedral, best seafood, Albarino wine and thousands of pilgrims

Supreme Court sentences Prestige tanker captain to two years in jail for negligence

The seizure was the biggest onshore seizure of drugs for nearly two decades

Worth €681 million, the Class A drug load was seized in Galicia

Gere and his Spanish girlfriend Alejandra Silva have been in Madrid to help highlight the plight of homeless people

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