Spain as a whole is a safe country to reside in, obviously there is crime as there is in all societies all over the world. It has seen a large increase in immigrants arriving after a relaxation of the European border controls, allowing more freedom of movement, but that in turn brings more problems with crime and drugs in particular.
THE UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) is asking holidaymakers and ex-pats on the Spanish Costas to be on the look out for two fugitives.
The men, Kirk Bradley and Anthony Downes, escaped on Monday July 18 when the prison van they were travelling in was attacked by a gang armed …
TIME is not on the side of the Calixtine Codex, taken on July 8 from Santiago Cathedral. It would be impossible to dispose of the incalculably valuable 12th century pilgrim guide on the open market, prompting experts to warn that it was stolen to order and could already have left Spain.
A MAN in Huelva has been found guilty of killing a woman in an abandoned house in February 2009 while they were having sex.
The accused, who was an unofficial car park attendant, met the woman the month before as they coincided at the soup kitchen where they both ate and …
A MAN has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison for attempting to kill his stepfather after he asked him to turn down the volume of the music he was playing.
The events took place in Lleida in November 2010, when he burst into the victim’s room armed with a kitchen …
A 30-YEAR-OLD Moroccan woman was attacked in Valladolid and left naked apparently over problems with colleagues at work.
The 30-year-old woman was found naked by Guardia Civil near a roundabout in a secluded area where she claimed to have been taken against her will.
Her hair had been shaved, her face sprayed …
MALAGA Court has sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for killing a prostitute in his home in June 2010 after the argued over the price of her services. He will have to compensate her family with €178,000.
NATIONAL POLICE have arrested six people between 24 and 40 …
SEVEN people were arrested in the Balearics and Canary Islands for allegedly being members of an organization that brings cocaine from Venezuela into Spain. They would hide the drugs on cliff faces and sink the ships used to transport them.