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POP star Shakira could be tried and jailed over allegedly defrauding Spanish tax authorities of over €14 million between 2011 and 2014. A three-year probe...
A WOMAN is on trial for the murder of a mafia boss’s son who was gunned down in Murcia. Cristina Elena T faces more than...
Spaniard to be executed in Thailand for murder, torture and theft of friend – but claims he’s been framed
The magistrates rejected his last appeal, to which Segarra told the press ‘it is not a surprise,’ and that ‘it had not been a fair trial.’
She allegedly used his phone to text his family saying he was fine and staying in Asturias and Galicia.
A father accused of killing his six-month-old baby attempts suicide by stabbing his neck in Spain’s Sevilla
He is alleged to have killed his own baby in June 2017, in the neighborhood of El Cerezo.
Ander Herrera was among the 42 defendants charged over a suspect match in 2011 between Real Zaragoza and Levante
‘DADDY STABBED MUMMY THEN STABBED HIMSELF’: Gibraltar man facing life for murdering ‘beautiful’ wife also stabbed himself, daughter says
“Daddy was stabbing himself, mummy on the floor, daddy on the floor”
CATALUNYA CRISIS: ‘I am a political prisoner’ says Catalan leader as 12 separatists go on trial in Spain
Around 90% of Catalan voters backed independence, but the turn-out at the polls was just 43%
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect who ran €4.5 million cannabis empire ‘fled to Spain and used fake name’ court hears
Those present heard how in two years Acourt's drug runners made 34 600-mile-round trips between London and South Shields to sell cannabis resin
New leaked ‘Operacion Kitchen’ documents reveal how Spain’s Partido Popular leaders siphoned off millions for suits and a wedding
Revealed in a series of hand-written notes, kept by former PP treasurer Luis Barcenas, the documents demonstrate how the party was illegally funded on a national scale
DISGRACED former nightlife magnate Tolo Cursach has been released on bail for a whopping €1 million. The shock ruling comes after three previous attempts for...
Barcelona star and father to stand trial over image rights fraud allegations, judge rules
Eight years ago, the American company suddenly closed every single Opel factory in Andalucia
It emerges gunshot residue was found on his new Russian girlfriend
Mother of a man murdered in Spain describes the approaching trial as being ‘like hitting a brick wall’
Paul Fether was murdered in Benalmadena in April 2010
Urban-planning licences gave 'free rein' to build on non-urbanised land
The 23-year-old was carried, apparently unconscious, back to Morocco
He kept the priceless 12th century document stashed in his garage for more than a year
Nine out of 10 of the priests and two laymen have been cleared due to the time delay
But he insists they were a present
Allegedly innocent Dutchman Romano van der Dussen has been behind bars for 11 years
The Princess is facing four years in jail for accessory to tax fraud
The Supreme Court demands enormous trial to be divided
Court spokesperson confirms the way is now clear for a trial
Court dates loom for several high profile trials