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Republican mask-wearer gets punched in front of his children by angry monarchist in Spain’s Asturias region
A MAN in northern Spain was punched in the face for wearing a Republican flag face mask with his assailant facing a...
Parrot smugglers arrested on Spain’s Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca after netting €1 million trafficking exotic birds to...
SPANISH police and the Moroccan Royal Guard have arrested a gang of 28 bird traffickers who were earning over €1 million a...
ASTURIAS has become Spain’s first coronavirus free region, going two weeks without registering a new positive case.
Andalucia is lazy, Madrid is full of clowns and Valencia full of drug addicts according to this hilarious new...
ANDALUCIANS are lazy, Madrileños are clowns and Valencianos are drug addicts.
Police in Spain SLAM selfie-taking millennials after rescuing them from 20-metre high ‘suicide’ cliff edge
The operation reportedly lasted several minutes, before cops explained to the young daredevils why their actions were dangerous
Roads and railway tracks have collapsed following the onslaught of rainfall
WATCH: Severe flooding in Alicante as red warning issued TODAY amid threat of ‘coastal phenomenons’ in Andalucia, elderly woman...
https://www.facebook.com/DrivingSpain/videos/1360554094081993/ SOME 12 provinces are on alert today for heavy rainfall and strong sea currents. Valencia is expected to be worst hit, with the capital and...
The father-of-one had travelled to Spain and Catalunya multiple times
I’ll never forget turning to see the sous chef stood in front of me with something long and, er, red, hanging out of the zip of his trousers
The man had fallen almost 33 feet after taking the wrong turning due to thick fog
But the snow meant officers had to ski down to the hut because it was too thick to land nearby to rescue the stranded man.
A PRISONER has woken up in a Spanish morgue after being pronounced dead by at least three doctors. Gonzalo Montoya Jimenez, who was serving time...
Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke is delighted to find Asturias’ leading restaurant still has oodles of rustic charm, despite a 20-year gap and two Michelin stars
Olive Press editor Jon Clarke's tips on Where to stay in wild hearted Asturias
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
SPAIN'S federalization process has added layers and layers of bureaucracy to everyday living
The four Brits will walk 700 miles from Tarifa to Asturias from February 5 to raise money to help protect the bird, whose population has fallen by 93% in the UK and 74% in Europe since 1970
The abusive nature of these contractual clauses, which makes them void, stems from the description made by the Supreme Court
It is unbelievable that someone could be so cruel
Tourists discovered the male bear on Friday
It has been labelled an act of 'environmental terrorism'
Officials suspect underhand tactics from farmers are to blame for fires
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