04 Feb 2019

EU countries recognise Juan Guaidó as interim Venezuelan leader

The UK, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, and Denmark have officially recognized Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela, pushing the Maduro regime further into diplomatic isolation. The countries promised to recognize the opposition government if the Maduro regime did not call for elections within 8 days. The past few

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30 Jan 2019

Migrant crisis continues: UN says six die every day in Mediterranean crossings

A new UN report estimates that an average of six migrants per day die attempting the Mediterranean crossing to Europe. While the overall number of deaths has declined along with the number of people making crossing attempts, the death rate has spiked dramatically from 1 death out of every 38

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09 Nov 2018

Police arrest far-right extremist in plot to kill Spanish Prime Minister

Spanish police have arrested a far-right extremist with a history of mental illness in north-eastern Spain for plotting to assassinate the Prime Minister. Police uncovered a cache of sixteen firearms at the suspect’s home. The police were alerted by friends of the suspect who indicated that the suspect told them

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06 Nov 2018

Spanish police bust fake credit card ring, arrest 9/11 financier

“Spanish police announced on Saturday that they had arrested 19 people in connection with a fake credit card ring. One of the suspects was a 49-year-old Algerian who has already spent time in prison after being convicted of helping to fund the September 11 attacks. The Algerian financier, whose name has

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15 Feb 2010

Spanish intelligence probing debt attacks-report

“Spain’s intelligence services are investigating the role of investors and media in debt market turbulence over the last few weeks, El Pais reported on Sunday. Citing unnamed sources, El Pais said the National Intelligence Centre (CNI) was looking into ‘speculative attacks’ on Spain following the Greek debt crisis. ‘The (CNI’s)

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