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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 […]

The longest United Nations climate talks on record have finally ended in Madrid with a compromise deal. After two extra days and nights of negotiations, delegates finally agreed a deal that will see new, improved carbon cutting plans on the table by the time of the Glasgow conference next year. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres […]

Thousands of people took part in this years Walk for Life, raising essential funding for breast cancer research, which was held in Adeje yesterday. Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the walk saw people head from Siam Park to the Golden Mile in Playa de las Américas. This was the first year that the local charity has […]

A memorial to seven RAF airmen who died when their Wellington Bomber crashed in the mountains near to Denia nearly 70-years-ago has been unveiled. Relatives and airmen from the RAF gathered to watch a plinth be installed on the location of the accident, which happened on the 5 December 1950. Flt Sgt Ernest Hansom, Flt […]

Acting Prime Minister and leader of PSOE has been tasked with forming a government, after meeting King Felipe VI yesterday in Madrid. In what came as no surprise, the leader of PSOE was instructed by the monarch to start the investiture process, which is hoped will lead to his appointment as the formal Prime Minister. […]

Policia Nacional have detained 17 people in connection with a child pornography network. Raids were carried out across the country in the Canaries, Alicante, Valencia, Madrid and a number of other locations nationwide. The operation was part of a global operation, which has seen 33 people detained in connection with the case.

Hundreds of people were evacuated yesterday morning, after a fire broke out at a recycling centre in Montornès near to Barcelona. Emergency services initiated their Chemical Emergency Plan, as concerns over chemicals leaking from the plant into the Besós River were raised. The Catalan Water Agency has said that it has had reports of dead […]

Thirty-six football players on trial in Spain’s most high-profile match-fixing case have been cleared of wrongdoing. A Spanish judge issued the not guilty verdict, saying there was not enough evidence to convict the players and others on trial, including former Mexico coach Javier Aguirre. Two former Zaragoza officials were found guilty of fraud – then-president […]