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A COMPLEX operation involving trafficking people from Algeria to France has been busted by Spain’s Guardia Civil. Vulnerable people were taken from Algeria and promised...
Dominic Raab won’t rule out fully-vaccinated travellers from Spain going into UK quarantine despite EU travel rule change
PEOPLE returning to the UK from Spain may be forced to go into quarantine despite relaxations announced yesterday for fully-vaccinated travellers. Speaking to Sky News...
IF your property in Spain has a private swimming pool you could earn up to €1,200 a month by renting it out to those...
SPAIN'S Tourism Minister, Reyes Maroto, has said that the country is a 'safe destination' for holiday-makers. Her comments today(July 9) in a radio interview with...
Terrorist rabble-rousers arrested in Spain’s Granada for using social media to encourage outrages against France
THREE men have been arrested in southern Spain for using social media to encourage terrorist attacks against France. The men were detained by the Policia...
FOREIGN visitor numbers to Spain collapsed by 93.6% in February compared to a year earlier, according to figures from the National Statistics Institute(INE) published...
BREAKING: France advises against travel to Catalunya while Norway imposes 10 day quarantine on all travellers arriving from Spain...
French Prime Minister Jean Castex made the recommendation on Friday afternoon
France to examine possible coronavirus border closure on Friday.
French mob savagely assault and rob man of more than €50,000 in elaborate luxury car scam on Spain’s Costa...
The 40-year-old victim had travelled from France to Marbella with €45,000 cash to buy a luxury motor
A TERRORIST ring across Spain, Italy and France has been dismantled.
SPAIN’S Government has gone back on its statement that land borders with France and Portugal will open on June 22, but has instead clarified that they will open on July 1.
SPAIN will begin to open up its land borders with its two closest neighbours from June 22, it has been announced. Tourism minister Reyes Maroto...
Drug ring that used courier company to transport narcotics to France from Spain’s Costa del Sol is dismantled
THE Policia Nacional have successfully dismantled a drug ring on the Costa del Sol that used a courier service to transport its drugs to France.
Government extends controls at land borders with both France and Portugal until April 25, due to coronavirus
THE Government has extended the controls at the land borders with both France and Portugal for another two weeks.
France forced to return face masks it confiscated from Spain a few weeks ago after pressure from the Swedish...
FRANCE has been forced to return the face masks they confiscated from Spain a few weeks ago.
Cannes Film Festival postponed due to coronavirus, Spain’s Antonio Banderas keeps Best Actor award a little while longer
CANNES Film Festival has been postponed due to coronavirus.
Rabies warning issued in Spain and France after ‘illegal’ puppy in Andalucia ‘suspected’ of carrying disease
A spokesperson called on ‘any person or animal that has been bitten, scratched or licked by this dog’ to contact the health authorities
The men, one of them a doctor, had come to Torremolinos for a few days break
Tourist dies in Catalan airport chaos as riots paralyse Barcelona after Spain jails independence leaders
The airport had seen 45 flights cancelled yesterday and 100 on Monday due to violent clashes involving thousands of people
Normal procedure would have been for them to leave their weapons inside the guarded vehicle while they took their break.
As World Tourism Day approaches we explore why Spain brings in the most foreign cash, despite a lower footfall...
The WTO has said many visitors are now choosing Spain for its sports and gastronomic offerings, particularly in the Basque region
British gang among 85 arrests for ‘explosives and murder’ in HUGE drugs bust that seized AK-47, five tonnes of...
The gang of four Brits operated from a house in Istan and are believed to have trafficked hash to the UK
Since its inception in 2002 the illustrious parade of global gastronomy has put a Spanish restaurant top seven times
Spain felt aggrieved after Jill Ellis’ side were awarded a ‘soft’ second penalty via VAR, after Rose Lavelle went down in the box
The 12th-century cathedral was left disfigured by the blaze, which consumed part of the roof and destroyed the ancient spire
The killer, believed to be hired by a criminal gang, dumped the weapon in a bin, before speeding away from police on a motorbike