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THE NATIONAL POLICE on Wednesday identified the last of the 13 victims who died in the horrific fire that ripped through two nightclubs in...
A British holidaymaker who lost his dentures on a night out in Benidorm in 2011 has been reunited with them thanks to DNA matching. Paul...
DNA tests have identified a female windsurfer found floating in Costa Blanca waters by a Javea fishing boat in early June. Strong currents from the...
‘EXTREMELY VIOLENT’ drug dealer is arrested on Spain’s Costa Blanca after he tried to kill a customer
DNA analysis has helped police arrest a man branded as 'extremely violent' in Crevillente. The 37-year-old drug dealer is accused of trying to kill a...
HE’S THE DADDY: Ex-lover of Spain’s Julio Iglesias speaks out after singer revealed as FATHER of her child
"Julio destroyed my dreams. I should’ve known what I was doing, but it's always the woman who has to pick up the pieces"
Vicky Garcia and Jose Rosello have been sleeping in car beside the opening in the ground since Sunday
DNA found in search for missing Gabriel Cruz, 8, who vanished from small Andalucia village last week
A T-SHIRT has been found in the search for an eight-year-old boy who mysteriously vanished from his home in Almeria last week. Police confirmed today...
Only 10% of Malaga dogs register on dog poo DNA database as Benalmadena and Estepona eye up initiative
ONLY 10% of Malaga's dogs have been registered on the new DNA database. Just a few weeks after the voluntary deadline to register ended on...
SCIENTISTS are toying with the idea of a sunscreen made of DNA. And it’s main ingredient might not sound appealing to every beach goer -...
It is hoped the tags will also prevent owners from abandoning or mistreating their animals.
Some people have said that it is an unnecessary expense
But she could not find the right sized nappy anywhere
Police fear she may have been murdered and thrown overboard from a motorboat
Allegedly innocent Dutchman Romano van der Dussen has been behind bars for 11 years
Research has revealed Spaniards' genes makes it difficult to treat coinfected patients with both HIV and HCV
The last UK bustard was shot in 1832
Police failed to extract DNA samples from a pile of cigarette butts, which may have held the key to the case
This includes the clear up of 581 rapes, 454 murders and 51 acts of terrorism
Almost a decade after the horrific attack, a rape case involving a British woman is being reopened, thanks to new DNA evidence