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Unions representing 50,000 farmers accuse Segura river management body of ‘criminal negligence’ over devastating gota fría floods
UNIONS representing 50,000 of the nation’s farmers met last Friday with Mireia Mollá, the Regional Minister of Agriculture to accuse the organisation...
A KIND-HEARTED British couple has launched an appeal for unwanted furniture to help flood victims in Costa Blanca hit by catastrophic flooding.
‘THE WORST HAS HAPPENED’: Videos show huge tornado rip through fields, olive trees and power lines in Spain’s Malaga
A statement by local Mayor Francisco Guerrero said that ‘the worst has happened’ and that the public should ‘limit’ the use of their vehicles
IN VIDEOS: Driver dead after torrential rain floods Spain, as cars submerged and ’emergency plan’ launched
Dramatic footage shows streets turned into rivers as cars are fully submerged by rising waters
SNOW: Tornado smashes Menorca leaving 38,000 residents without power, while two people missing in northern Spain
Over 50 trees and poles collapsed in Menorca, leaving most people without power, while two hikers are still missing in northern Spain
WATCH: Moment key Roman bridge in historic Ronda Andalucia is almost destroyed by shocking Arabic bath collapse following floods...
Trees are dragged helplessly into the biblical torrent of water which has also cut off the road to Forest Hills
WATCH: School wall destroyed and Costa del Sol port almost submerged as biblical floods wreak havoc in Spain’s Andalucia
AS Andalucia is placed under a dangerous red alert severe flooding, thunderstorms and torrential rain have left Andalucian towns almost engulfed in water. Shocking videos...
About 80mm of rain is falling an hour in the area and businesses are forced to close their doors as waterlogged streets overwhelm doorways
RED ALERT: Spain’s Andalucia hit by MORE severe flooding as extreme weather continues over the weekend
MALAGA has been placed on red alert - the most dangerous warning - as severe flooding ravages the north of the region today. AEMET has...
Arthur Robinson, aged between four and eight, went missing eight days ago during the floods which ravaged Mallorca
Family of hero mum drowned in Mallorca write heartfelt letter to emergency services as little boy, 5 still missing
Courageous mother, Joana, 40, died after plucking her daughter Ursula from the torrent of water rapidly flooding their vehicle
As the royals leave, the search and rescue mission for the missing five-year-old boy continues, who may be the last potential survivor of Tuesday’s natural disaster
Originally from the sleepy village of Moffat in southern Scotland, the pair drowned along with their taxi driver, Juan Sillero
The pair, both in their sixties, died together as the Ford Focus they were travelling in was swept away by the torrent of water devastating Mallorca
Elderly British couple killed in Mallorca floods identified, while three still missing, including boy, 5
Over 510 emergency units were sent in response to the worst floods Mallorca has seen in a century, including 120 soldiers, seven military vehicles and helicopters
Brits drown in taxi as nine die in flash floods, as more feared dead
Five dead – including British tourists – and dozens still missing in Mallorca’s biggest flood in decades
AT least five people including two British tourists have been killed in the storm that flooded all corners of Mallorca. The east coast of the...
In shocking images cars can be seen floating away with people in them and water levels have risen to the first floor of buildings
THIS is the moment an Andalucian town succumbed to flash floods over the weekend. https://www.facebook.com/100004686437210/videos/pcb.1000330620133143/1000330473466491/?type=3&theater The footage was shot by local Ruben Del Paso in La...
Kind-hearted businesses are also needed to do their bit for those living in stricken areas such as Coin, Cartama and Fuengirola, whose homes were ruined in the recent deadly Malaga region deluges
The town hall revealed the huge amount in a statement, following initial inspections of public roads, infrastructure and equipment by council workers that were wrecked in last weekend's freak weather
The huge preliminary figure only covers coastal towns such as Marbella, Estepona, Manilva and Casares, with the final Malaga province total expected to sky rocket
People have been forced to 'cling' to their roofs in Mijas and Cartama, according to residents, in what local police are calling the worst rains since 1989
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