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Cybercrime accounts for 20% of reported offences in Spain

CYBERCRIME is now accounting for 20% of reported offences in Spain according to Interior Minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska. Speaking in Madrid on Wednesday, Grande-Marlaska said there...

Spain has just one police officer for every 60 women at risk of domestic violence

DECEMBER was a black month for domestic violence in Spain, and January has begun in a similarly dark fashion. But despite this apparent crisis,...

Spain’s government strips notorious police torturer of medals 

THE SPANISH government has ordered all of the medals and other decorations received by Franco-era police officers to be revised, including those of the...

Spain’s public prosecutor shelves probe into Melilla migrant tragedy that claimed 23 victims

SPAIN’S public prosecutor has shelved a probe into the migrant tragedy that occurred at the border fence separating the Spanish exclave city of Melilla...

Opposition party calls on Spain’s interior minister to quit over Melilla migrant tragedy that killed 23

SPAIN’S main opposition Popular Party (PP) has called on Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska (pictured above) to be sacked over the Melilla migrant tragedy in...

Spain forms specialist hate crime police units to counter increase in racist and homophobic assaults

SPECIALIST hate crime police units are to be set up across Spain to counter a big rise in hate crime and discriminatory offences in...

Marijuana plant seizures in Spain quadruple over five years in ‘worrying’ trend

MARIJUANA plant seizures have gone up fourfold in five years in Spain along with a big rise in 'associated crime'. Spain has now surpassed the...

Threatening letters containing bullets sent to Pablo Iglesias, Fernando Grande-Marlaska and Maria Gamez, director of the Spain’s Guardia Civil

A SERIES of threatening letters containing bullets have been sent to Spain’s Minister for Home Affairs, Fernando Grande-Marlaska; the candidate of Podemos to the...

90-year-old woman killed by youth on his phone becomes Spain’s first electric scooter death

After the woman fell down and hit her head on the pavement she was rushed to the Moisès Broggi Hospital in a critical condition, where she died days later




Spain trumps other European countries to become the first to get 50% of its energy from renewables

SPAIN is set to become the first major European country to get over 50% of its energy from renewable sources this year. It will beat...


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