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Uncovered a corrupt real estate being promoted in a river bed in Librilla
Posted in: Costa Cálida - Newsletter - Apr 7, 2017 - 1:39 PM
The Murcia Region Guardia Civil in the framework of the operation ‘Torremocha’ has dismantled a criminal spiders’ web dedicated to sale of plots of land to promote an illegal residential estate in Librilla. So far 26 people are under investigation, with instructed diligences as the presumed authors of the crime relative to territorial ordination.


Confiscated in Málaga 12 kilos of cocaine and 13 of MDMA
Posted in: Málaga - Newsletter - Apr 7, 2017 - 12:29 PM
According to the Málaga Provincial Commissioner, the investigation started in October last year when a suspect living in Málaga was believed to be part of a criminal organisation and was dedicated to distributing cocaine across the province.


Posted in: Business & Finance - Newsletter - Apr 7, 2017 - 12:00 PM
Consolidated non financial income (State, Social Security, Regional bodies, State agencies and public bodies) ascends to 280.211 billion €, 2.6% lower than in 2016.

Cristóbal Montoro - archive photo

Mossos d’Esquadra detained an alleged 19 year female Jihadist in Terrassa
Posted in: Barcelona & Cataluña - Newsletter - Apr 5, 2017 - 12:43 PM
The interior councillor of the Generalitat, Jordi Jané, announced today Wednesday that the Mossos d’Esquadra had detained in Terrassa (Barcelona) a 19 year old woman, presumably linked to Jihadism for the crime of terrorism and was followed by 173 people on the internet.


Dog owner demands 5,000 € after rockets caused a fatal heart attack
Posted in: Granada - Newsletter - Apr 5, 2017 - 12:06 PM
A resident of Pulianas (Granada) has demanded the Town Hall of the municipality for the death of his British Bulldog, from a fatal heart attack which the animal suffered on 22 August 2015 when fireworks and several rockets were launched during the procession in honour of Virgen del Rosario – demanding 5,290 €


The judge has embargoed the Al Assad family properties for nearly 700 million €
Posted in: Costa del Sol - Newsletter - Apr 5, 2017 - 11:29 AM
While the European Union blamed the Al Assad regime of bombing civilians and children with the poisonous Sarin gas, the Guardia Civil took possession of several parts of Marbella to search luxury properties linked to Rifaat Al Assad, uncle of the current Syrian president, who was disowned by his brother in the 80’s.

Perto Banús

Uncontrolled bush-meat has arrived in Spain: - monkeys, toucans or armadillos
Posted in: National - Newsletter - Apr 4, 2017 - 3:47 PM
In Switzerland, France and the United States they are already aware of the problem, but in Spain only the first cases have now been detected. Bush-meat of meat from wild animals, some protected such as mentioned above.


Spanish arachnologists have found an intact tomb of a Pharaonic noble
Posted in: National - History - Newsletter - Mar 23, 2017 - 12:36 PM
The leading archaeologist Alejandro Jiménez, professor at Jaén University, affirmed they had uncovered ‘an intact well, with chamber complete and in the interior is buried the brother of governor Sarenput II’ one of the most powerful officials during the golden age of the XII dynasty.

Quubet el-Hawa - Jaén Univeristy

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