Tag: Las Palmas
BARCELONA'S La Liga fixture against Las Palmas has gone ahead behind closed doors after political unrest in the Catalan city following today's referendum. Reports suggest Barcelona requested to postpone the game entirely over fears that...
Attorney questions whether xenophobia is to blame for ‘unjust treatment’ of Russian-Jewish family detained...
A family of Russian-Jewish heritage has been detained on unclear charges with no access to a case file or indication of trial date
There has yet to be any formal charges brought against the Kokorevs
The Princess is one of 18 defendants charged in a corruption trial, also featuring her husband Iñaki Urdangarin
The 400-room monstrosity, built on a virgin beach in the Cabo de Gata natural park, features on a list of the world’s 20 most ill-conceived buildings
Spain's geographical wealth divide is starkly illustrated in a new report