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The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Foods has announced an investment of €10 million to help repair infrastructure damaged in last years storms and forest fires. Work began last year to repair roads in areas affected by a series of natural disasters over the last year. Just under €4 million has been allocated to the […]

PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez has failed his first attempt to get parliament’s backing to form a government, leaving him two days to secure support to end an eight-month political gridlock. Mr Sanchez has been acting prime minister since inconclusive elections in April and November. He needed an absolute majority of at least 176 votes in […]

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The man found guilty of the sexual assault and murder of 18-year-old Diana Quer has been handed a permanent reviewable prison sentence. José Enrique Abuín Gey was handed the indefinite life sentence yesterday at the Provincial Court of A Coruña. He must serve a minimum of 14 years in prison, with then another 15 years […]

The search for a missing 14-year-old girl, who was last seen on the 12th December in Cantabria has been called off, after her body was found by a fishing vessel. The search for Celia Cavia had been ongoing since she disappeared in Mataleñas last Thursday. An air, sea and land search took place for the […]

Two people have been arrested in connection with an anti-terror operation in Madrid. Policia Nacional raided a property in the suburb of Parla, where two people were detained in connection with jihadist inspired terrorism. The national security level has risen over the festive period, as security services heightened their operations.

Meetings between PSOE and other parties in the Congress of Deputies will begin today, in an effort to secure the number of votes required to pass the investiture of acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. PSOE Spokesperson, Adriana Lastra, will chair the meetings with all the parties except for Vox, who have already said they will […]

Judges in Belgium have said they will make a ruling on the extradition of former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and former regional politicians Toni Comín and Lluis Puig on the 3rd February after a ruling from the EU Court of Justice. The EU Court of Justice is to issue their decision on the three in […]

The United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Affairs has approved a class action for retired US military personnel who were involved in the clean up operation following the 1966 Palomares B-52 crash. The plane crash involved four nuclear bombs, which killed seven, resulted in contamination of 260 hectares around the crash site. 1,600 US […]

General secretary of PSOE, José Luis Ábalos, has said that if the country fails to vote in favour of the investiture of the party leader – Pedro Sanchez – as Prime Minister, there could be repercussions for the political situation in Catalonia. In an interview over the weekend, Mr Ábalos said that a failure to […]