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Drug couriers recruited at welfare centres

Hard-up students and unemployed people were used to smuggle MDNA into Japan via Spain and America, police have revealed. The cocaine was disguised as chocolates and carriers would take about three to five kilos per trip. They were even “recruited” in employment offices and welfare centres in the Murcia region as the gang knew which people in financial difficulties ...Full Article

Disabled boy with “voice of an angel” becomes internet sensation

A young disabled boy with “a voice like an angel” has become an internet sensation. Some days after enduring yet another operation in his battle against water on the ...Full Article

Pervert caught by own “selfie”

An unintentional “selfie” has helped to track a pervert who placed a mobile phone disguised as a carton of orange juice in a woman’s toilet. The 40-year-old university student ...Full Article

Thousands of Santas turn famous avenue into a sea of red

What do you call a group of more than 5,000 Father Christmases? A flutter? A pride of Papa Noels? A sparkle of Santa Clauses? No, the answer is a ...Full Article

UK police help seize Spain’s largest-ever haul of MDNA

Drugs squad officers from the UK have helped to seize one of the largest caches of deadly MDNA in Europe and the biggest ever in Spain. Police who hacked ...Full Article

Church defends “exorcisms” as a religious pratice

A teenage girl who tried to commit suicide after showing signs of anorexia and paranoia was exorcised at least 13 times. Her parents turned to the church “to expulse ...Full Article

Ashya King’s parents to sue in Strasbourg

The parents of Ashya King, the brain tumour youngster currently battling back to health in Spain, have started the steps to legal action both in the UK and Strasbourg. ...Full Article

A Christmas miracle: little dog with wheelchair survives 48-hour ordeal

A courageous little dog who can only move with the aid of a special “wheelchair” battled against all the odds to survive two freezing nights in the wild. Eight-year-old ...Full Article

“Merry Christmas” say the police: bah humbug reply the critics!

Bah humbug! It might be the festive season but that hasn’t stopped a rap over the knuckles for a police force wishing “Happy Christmas” to British tourists in Spain. ...Full Article

Tough new measures for expats who cheat the system

Calls to the benefit fraud hotline in Spain have doubled since the British Government launched a major advertising campaign during the last week of October to encourage the public to ...Full Article
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