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Man held in Andalucia over alleged artillery shell sale online

Man held in Andalucia over alleged artillery shell sale online

Joe Gerrard Feb 22, 2018 Spain

A MAN accused of trying to sell war weapons on the internet has been arrested by the Guardia Civil in Sevilla. Police began their investigation after reportedly discovering two Spanish Civil War era artillery shells for sale on a second hand items website. Guardia Civil explosives experts analysed the shells and found...

More than 30 members of ‘world’s most deadly gang’ on trial in Spain

More than 30 members of ‘world’s most deadly gang’ on trial in Spain

Matt Ford Feb 22, 2018 Costa Blanca North

A COURT CASE involving 35 members of MS-13, the murderous street gang also known as Mara Salvatrucha, is underway on the Costa Blanca. A total of 12 sessions are scheduled for the trial, which will run until May, with the defendants facing prison sentences of two to 30 years for a...

Innocent Brit rocker to sue Spain for €5.2m after 27-year murder charge ordeal

Innocent Brit rocker to sue Spain for €5.2m after 27-year murder charge ordeal

Matt Ford Feb 22, 2018 Costa del Sol

A BRITISH former rock star who was jailed for a murder he did not commit has launched a €5.2 million lawsuit against the Spanish government. Gary Owens, 56, spent 30 months in high security Spanish prisons after being arrested in Tenerife with wife Jayne, 50, in 1991. The couple were held in...

One man shot dead and his brother injured in southern Spain shooting

One man shot dead and his brother injured in southern Spain shooting

Karl Smallman Feb 22, 2018 Axarquía - Costa Tropical

ONE man has been shot dead and his brother injured in a shooting in Malaga province. Emergency services were called after neighbours reported hearing shots. The shooting happened in Benamocarra and the injured man is being treated in hospital for a gunshot wound to his arm. Police are not looking for anyone else...

MARBELLA KIDNAP TRIAL: Brit pair could face 12-year sentence

MARBELLA KIDNAP TRIAL: Brit pair could face 12-year sentence

Matt Ford Feb 22, 2018 Costa del Sol

TWO British men charged with the disappearance of a woman from a Costa del Sol nightclub are to stand trial ‘within the next few weeks.’ It comes as lawyer Fernando Scornik Gerstein, prosecuting, reiterated earlier claims that the body of Latvian waitress Agnese Klavina ‘was thrown into the sea, most likely...

Basque nationalist terror group ETA to vote on disbanding

Basque nationalist terror group ETA to vote on disbanding

Joe Gerrard Feb 22, 2018 Spain

THE Basque nationalist group ETA is set to decide on dissolving itself after its leadership submitted proposals for a vote. The process to wind up the organisation’s operations has reportedly entered its final stages following months of discussions. The group’s leaders have rejected the possibility of becoming a conventional civil organisation. But...

Portugal demands urgent uranium mine meeting with Spain

Portugal demands urgent uranium mine meeting with Spain

Karl Smallman Feb 22, 2018 Spain

GOVERNMENT officials in Portugal have demanded a meeting with Spain over plans to open a uranium mine just 40km from Portuguese border over fears it could pollute rivers, soil or air. Portugal has made repeated requests for information from Spain, which environment minister, Joao Matos Fernades said had been either ignored...

Woman loses arm and 11 others injured after horror coach crash in Spain

Woman loses arm and 11 others injured after horror coach crash in Spain

Karl Smallman Feb 22, 2018 Spain

A FORTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD woman has lost her arm and three other people have been seriously injured after a horrific smash between a lorry and a coach in Spain this morning. There were 55 people on the coach, 12 were injured – four of them seriously. One person was airlifted to hospital by helicopter. The...

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