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Find of Roman coins hailed as “Spanish and world first”

A haul of Roman coins found by workers digging up a road in Seville is being hailed as a Spanish and world first. The 17 bronze coins and one money bar were unearthed by a street crew putting in new water pipes near a park.Full Article

Nine arrested on Costa del Sol for “love letter” internet scam

Nine fraudsters have been arrested on the Costa del Sol for duping an American woman out of 460,000 euros through a “love letter” scam. The victim met the so-called ...Full Article

Police make 52 arrests in Europe’s biggest operation against new designer drugs

More than 50 people have been arrested and over 130,000 doses of new designer drugs seized in one of the biggest police operations carried out in Europe. The “legal ...Full Article

Police raid lab which even had its own “chef”

Police have dismantled a cocaine laboratory which was so sophisticated it even had its own “head chef”. The Colombian was among five suspects arrested in Madrid and Toledo where ...Full Article

Police make arrests for allowing illegal TV access to Spanish soccer

The National Police have arrested seven people for the sharing of manipulated decoders for illegal access to Spanish soccer TV. The arrests were made in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Cordoba ...Full Article

Tough sentence for Brit found with heroin in his car

A British man caught with ten packets of pure heroin in his car has been fined one million euros and given a four and a half year prison sentence. ...Full Article

Spain lodges EC complaint after farmers force 30,000 litres of wine down drain

An official complaint has been lodged after 30,000 litres of wine was literally poured down the drain during a blockade at French border controls. The protest has gone to ...Full Article

Controversial castle restoration wins architect top award

Architects who came under fire for a rather surprising restoration of a crumbling castle are having the last laugh on villagers who ridiculed it as “a wreck”. Conservation bodies ...Full Article

Tourists become targets of gang homing in on service stations

Vicious thugs who preyed on tourists stopping at motorway service stations in Spain have been arrested by police in a series of dawn raids. The gang members were so ...Full Article

Rajoy speaks out over jobs, refugees, coalition and corruption

Spain’s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says all his decisions have been aimed at “preserving the general interest” of the country. During an interview for the Salvados programme on ...Full Article
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