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Some involve just one or two dancers, performing silently in front of bemused customers and clerks. Others can be made up of several dozen bailaores clicking their fingers and stomping their feet to recorded music. The flash mobs are staged by an
Tributaria has found 50 kilos of cocaine hidden in the water deposits of a yacht flying a British flag. The Agenca Tributaria has spent more than a year on the investigation following the coordination of the intelligence services in the U.K. and
Updated 2 minutes ago Text size T hree members of one of Mexico's most notorious drug cartels are facing charges in New Hampshire after Spanish police last month arrested them and undercover agents seized more than 700 pounds of cocaine as part of
Spain were expected to see their operating hours reduced from today as the new Airport Efficiency Plan comes into effect. The plan was approved by the Ministry for Development last June...The airports affected are Valladolid, Melilla, San Sebastian,
He allegedly heads up the Sinaloa drug cartel who Spainish police say tried to establish a base in Europe. Madrid, Spain (CNN) -- Spanish National Police said Friday they have seized hundreds of kilograms of cocaine in an operation that they said
Gibraltar will allow the fishermen to use their traditional techniques until the end of the year. The Spanish fishermen are to return to the waters of Gibraltar. There was a meeting on Friday between the Gibraltar Government and the fishermen from La
It becomes before a meeting between the two sides on Friday High tension has risen again between Gibraltar and Spain just two days before the meeting on Friday between the fishermen in the Algeciras Bay with the Gibraltar First Minister, Fabian
63 year old G.S. went hiking in the Chillar valley on Saturday There was no sign on Monday of the 63 year old British man, named with the initials G.S. who went hiking in the area of the Chillar River in Nerja on Saturday but who has not returned.
The two sides have met again on Monday, after a meeting last Friday. The four month long conflict between the Gibraltar Government and the traditional fishermen from Algeciras and La Linea could be coming to an end. The fishermen have set July 30 as
More meetings are planned for next week. The Gibraltar Government and the Spanish fishermen from La Linea and Algeciras have made a decisive step at resolving the conflict. The fishermen brotherhoods now have to ratify the principle of the agreement.