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"They were lucky someone homeless found the bag," one said, "if it had been a politician they would have lost their money"
Rebel Spanish priest shocks Catholic traditionalists by opening his Madrid church to the homeless this Christmas, writes Heather Galloway
He has been criticised for mingling with celebrities and giving homosexual couples his blessing
Homeless man in Spain’s Andalucia hospitalised with broken ribs and black eyes in attack following gas stove row
Vicente, who is from Ceuta, refused to hand over a small gas stove to the attacker at his caravan
British woman in Spain arrested over murder of homeless Romanian man with no legs who was strangled and set...
A two-month investigation led officers to the British woman and the court hearing will now take place in private
Neighbours claimed the vehicle is a hub for drug users and that people can enter the site via a section of fence that has been removed
'It’s really opened both of our eyes over the past few days and it makes you appreciate the little things'
Three men convicted over death of British man found dead with testicles shoved in tuna can and ham on...
THREE men have been jailed after admitting to the manslaughter of a British man found dead on a Malaga airport bench. James O'Byrne, 59, from...
Paul and Leslie Dunt from East London are now living in a finca in Cerralba, Malaga, after one month of living between a shed and a car with their 17 rescue dogs
Paul will put the money towards a deposit for a flat
Antonio, who used to be an electrician, lost his way and ended up homeless following a bout of depression
EXCLUSIVE: Expat couple forced out by Malaga landlord living between car and shed with 17 rescue dogs
The couple moved to Spain 15 years ago
Irishman arrested over bizarre death of homeless man found at Malaga airport with ham placed on buttocks and genitals...
Steven Allford was found on a bench with his trousers pulled down
Fifty-five-year-old Hungarian man turned to Samaritans after losing everything
The Madrid mayor invited guests into the Palace of Cibeles to enjoy a lavish meal
Hogar Betania - La Linea’s light in the dark
Nicknamed the 'gag law', the proposed Bill will come down on protesters and freedom of speech
Abandoned holiday homes are prime targets for squatters
An estimated 700,000 properties are lying dormant across the country
Human Rights Watch criticises government for handling of crisis
Judge forbids troublesome Brit from going within 200m of airport premises
Juan Manuel Sanchez Gordillo plans to continue taking food to give to the poor
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