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Lifeless body of newborn found at recycling plant in Spain

Lifeless body of newborn found at recycling plant in Spain

Benjamin Park Jan 17, 2018 Spain

THE LIFELESS body of a newborn baby has been reportedly found at a recycling plant in Granada. According to reports, the baby, estimated to be between eight or nine months, was found inside a bag on Tuesday by workers at the plant in Alhendin. The infant’s body has reportedly now been transferred...

Tabarnia parody region appoints first president in Cataluña as secession push continues

Tabarnia parody region appoints first president in Cataluña as secession push continues

Joe Gerrard Jan 17, 2018 Spain

THE ´region´ of Tabarnia in Cataluña has appointed its first president, in a tongue-in-cheek response to the ongoing push for Catalan independence. Albert Boadella, an actor and theatre producer, was sworn in via video link as President over the fictitious region which covers the Cataluynian coast from Tarragona to north of...

Horses leap through bonfires at controversial festival in Spain

Horses leap through bonfires at controversial festival in Spain

Matt Ford Jan 17, 2018 Spain

A CONTROVERSIAL festival has taken place in central Spain. On the eve of Saint Anthony’s Day, Spain’s patron saint of animals, the Las Luminarias celebrations see revellers ride their horses through roaring bonfires to the sound of drums in order to purify and protect them for the year ahead. Taking place in...

PUSHING THE BOAT OUT: First ferry link between Spain and Ireland launched

PUSHING THE BOAT OUT: First ferry link between Spain and Ireland launched

Harrison Jones Jan 17, 2018 Spain

IRELAND and Spain are set to be connected by a direct passenger ferry service for the first time. Freight companies hope that the new routes can also ease trade fears post-Brexit. Brittany Ferries say they will sail from Cork to Santander and back twice a week, on a boat with a 50-50...

Protest organised in Malaga to stop disabled man’s eviction

Protest organised in Malaga to stop disabled man’s eviction

Jay Emeny Jan 16, 2018 Costa del Sol

STOP DESAHUCIOS MALAGA (Stop Evictions Malaga) has called on Malaga residents to join a protest to stop the eviction of a disabled man. Jose Francisco Aguilar suffers from a lung condition that prevents him from working and is living off benefits. His bank has begun to evict all residents in the...

Man faces €30,000 fine for taking photo of police in Spain

Man faces €30,000 fine for taking photo of police in Spain

Jay Emeny Jan 16, 2018 Spain

A MAN could face a fine of up to €30,000 for taking a photo of a mobile police speed camera control and publishing it on social media in Spain. The 23-year-old was spotted by the Mossos d’Esquadra on top of a service station roof in Girona taking pictures. Police then saw the...

Drug dealer who fled to Spain after €2.25m drug stash found jailed

Drug dealer who fled to Spain after €2.25m drug stash found jailed

Jay Emeny Jan 16, 2018 Spain

A DRUG DEALER who fled to Spain after his €2.25 million cocaine stash was found by police has been jailed. Christopher Brewer escaped from hospital – having allegedly been attacked by people attempting to steal his drugs – in Hildenborough and boarded a flight to Spain in September last year. The 28-year-old...

Women and young children among migrants rescued by the Spanish navy near Alboran island

Women and young children among migrants rescued by the Spanish navy near Alboran island

Joe Gerrard Jan 16, 2018 Costa de Almería

OVER 50 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were rescued by the Spanish navy near the island of Alboran, with several women and children among those on board. The 51 migrants, including eight women and two young children, were sighted by naval personnel sailing in an inflatable boat off the coast of the...

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