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It comes after nationwide protests due to the gang's lesser charge of sexual abuse
The protest was organised alongside a 1,300-strong petition
MAY DAY: More than 70 protests planned across Spain today for better working conditions as union bosses warn of...
DOZENS of protests are planned across Spain today to demand better working conditions.Organised by the country's main labour unions UGT and CCOO, the more...
Protests erupt in Spain after Supreme Court rules 25 Catalunya leaders to be tried for rebellion – with some...
PROTESTORS hit the street Barcelona last night after the Supreme Court announced it would be stepping up its legal action against separatists. It ruled that...
EXCLUSIVE PICS: Madrid a ‘WARZONE’ as migrants and locals battle with Spanish police after death of Senegalese street vendor
The inner city district of Lavapiés went up in violent flames as protesters took to the streets to rebel against the police
At least 20 police officers and up to a dozen security guards were involved in the evictions
Protesters gathered in response to sexual assault reports
Nicknamed the 'gag law', the proposed Bill will come down on protesters and freedom of speech
Amnesty calls the purchase a 'worrying development'
Mariano's PP about to U-turn, allegedly motivated by electoral concerns
Father Tono's arrest has inspired massive protest marches in his hometown of Daimiel
The ban would include all areas of historical, cultural or artistic importance in Spanish city centres
At least 10,000 turned out for protest on the streets of Madrid
Vote was intended to hinder progress, but was instead won narrowly by MPs in favour of reform
Tom Powell delves into the truth behind Spain's startling economic statistics
Anti abortion law protests go international as demonstrators gather outside Spain's overseas embassies
Protests continue in Burgos over planned redevelopment project
Unauthorised demonstrators could be hit by fines of up to €600,000
Protesters took to streets in 951 cities worldwide in opposition to austerity measures, but Spain is facing a harsh autumn and winter after new downgrade and inability to reign in spending in the regions. By Jon Clarke in Malaga
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