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Spain Business Brief - Monday June 19, 2017
Posted in: Business Brief - Newsletter - Jun 19, 2017 - 7:35 PM
The number of international passenger who arrived from the UK in May supposed 29.1% of the total number of arrivals and an annual growth of 13.2%

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FOURTY YEARS OF SPANISH DEMOCRACY
Posted in: National - Newsletter - Jun 15, 2017 - 1:15 PM
The Law of Political Reform was republished in December 1976 which dismantled the dictatorial system and encouraged a return to the ballot boxes, approved in the new Constitution two years later. The first free elections since February 1936 at the dying ends of the second Spanish republic.

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Juan Carlos I and Franco - archive photo


Killed by a shotgun a former councillor of San Javier for a dispute over water
Posted in: Costa Cálida - Newsletter - Jun 14, 2017 - 11:45 AM
‘I have just shot a man dead’ he said afterwards to passer by who was crossing the street and saw his weapon still in his hand. He was not lying as the first two agents at the scene, an orchard in Cañada de Los Manresa, in Ribera de Molina, the victim lying on the ground, motionless, and they called for an ambulance.

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Manuel Leal - photo Nacho García - www.laverdad.es


A British tribunal is to investigate the death of Ignacio Echeverría on London Bridge
Posted in: National - Newsletter - Jun 13, 2017 - 4:02 PM
A forensic tribunal has opened today an investigation over the death of a Spanish citizen Ignacio Echeverría and the other four victims from the terrorist attack perpetrated on London Bridge and Borough Market on June 3

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Captured a gang of violent thefts after assaulting more than 30 premises in Granada and Almería
Posted in: Costa Tropical - Costa Almería - Newsletter - Jun 13, 2017 - 1:52 PM
A joint operation between the National Police and Almería Guardia Civil has ended the criminal activity of a dangerous criminal gang, specialised in assaulting tobacco shops and jewellers. The investigation ended with the detaining of more than a dozen members, mostly Rumanian, and who had their operational base in El Ejido, and are accused of committing a least some thirty assaults between Granada and Almería provinces.

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An attacked jewellery in El Ejido - photo E.N.


A Spider’s web capable of laundering millions
Posted in: Costa Cálida - Newsletter - Jun 13, 2017 - 12:39 PM
The spider’s web was so tangled for the investigators from the Customs Vigilance that their enquiries continued for several months. The Murcia Provincial Court has opened the case this week against the protagonists of the largest money-laundering scams based in the Murcia region in the recent years - codenamed ‘Operation Atalaya’

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Four of the accused - photo Vicente Vicens -www.laverdad.es


Spain Business Brief - Monday June 12, 2017
Posted in: Business Brief - Newsletter - Jun 12, 2017 - 8:10 PM
The weakness of the British Prime Minister has lead Brussels to believe their known enemy has turned into a completely unknown animal, causing uproar in some circles and with the possibility that Brexit will drown - weak but dangerous.

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Jeremy Corbyn - Achive photo


Prosecutor requests 7 years for the Briton detained on the ferry with 15,000 ecstasy pills
Posted in: Northern Spain - Newsletter - Jun 12, 2017 - 11:57 AM
The Cantabria prosecutor has asked for seven years in custody and a fine of 300,000 € for the British citizen detained on the ferry with 15,000 MDMA pills intended for Spain or Portugal

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Archive photo of ecstasy pills




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