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11:00

Local

Brits accused of kidnapping Latvian woman tell court they don't know where she is

juan Cano / áLVARO fRÍAS

The two British men accused of the kidnapping of a Latvian woman in Marbella in 2014, told a Malaga court on Monday that they did not know where she was. Westley Capper, the son of British multimillionaire John Capper, and Craig Porter, face ... prison sentences of 12 years and damages of more than 80,000 euros for the disappearance of Agnese Klavina. The trial began on Monday in Malaga's provincial court. The young woman was last seen leaving the Aqwa Mist nightclub in Puerto Banús on 6 ... September 2014 and getting into a car with the defendants. The prosecution says that video footage shows that Agnese was forced into the car against her will. She has not been seen since. In court on the first day of the trial, Capper, whose defence is

20:54

Local

Britons accused of kidnapping Latvian woman tell court they don't know what happened to her

J. CANO / Á. FRÍAS

The two British men accused of the kidnapping of a Latvian woman in Marbella in 2014, told a Malaga court on Monday that they did not know where she was. Westley Capper, the son of British multimillionaire John Capper, and Craig Porter, face ... prison sentences of 12 years and damages of more than 80,000 euros for the disappearance of Agnese Klavina. The trial began on Monday in Malaga's provincial court. Experts say Agnese's gestures show "fear" in CCTV footage In court on Tuesday police ... September 2014 and getting into a car with the defendants. The prosecution says that video footage shows that Agnese was forced into the car against her will. She has not been seen since. In court on the first day of the trial, Capper, whose defence is

14:50

Sport

The Marbella ATP Challenger gets under way at Puente Romano

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

The Marbella ATP Challenger tournament got under way on the central court at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella on Monday and will bring together some of tennis' top stars all week, with the final taking place on Sunday 31 March at 11am.

20:28

Local

The new Plaza Mayor Outlet centre may not open until the motorway is widened

JESÚS HINOJOSA / JUAN SOTO

Next Tuesday's inauguration of the luxury McArthurGlen Designer Outlet centre beside the Plaza Mayor shopping centre is looking less likely. Earlier this week the Andalusian High Court (TSJA) provisionally suspended the opening of the access road ... planning department cannot give the go-ahead for the opening without the ministry's approval. Major advertising campaign The High Court decision a week before the Malaga Designer Outlet beside Plaza Mayor was due to open came at a particularly ... be completed around the end of this year, but may be delayed because of last week's court decision. Sources at the Ministry also referred to the way the road-widening roads are already affecting traffic flow. "You can see what is happening in that

19:32

Local

Brits Capper and Porter found guilty of coercion, but not of kidnapping Latvian woman

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

The two British men on trial in Malaga in March in connection with the disappearance of Latvian woman Agnese Klavina have been found guilty of coercion and not of kidnapping as the Prosecution Department had called for. The court has sentenced ... one day) sentence for his role as Capper's accomplice. Agnese Klavina.SUR The young Latvian woman has not been seen since, however the court did not find that the evidence, in the form of CCTV footage, proved that the British pair had kidnapped

15:10

National

Former PM, Mariano Rajoy, testifies in trial of 12 rebel Catalan leaders

MATEO BALÍN

Madrid and politicians were being called as the court tries to establish to what extent Catalan politicians used public funds to pay for their illegal referendum, ignored court orders to stop and encouraged any violence. Mariano Rajoy told judges that ... the Catalan parliament. Earlier on Wednesday, former deputy PM, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, said in court, "We told [the heads of the Catalan government] time and time again not to go down that route, that they were ruining social cohesion, that the

19:26

Sport

Sale of Marbella FC waiting for court hearing

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

A Marbella court will decide on 27 November whether to unfreeze the 26 per cent of shares in Marbella Football Club owned by president Alexander Grinberg or maintain the current block. The decision is key to the future of the club. If the court ... first to local businessman Antonio De Cos and then to ex-footballer Vinny Samways representing US investors, LDV called for the court to freeze Grinberg's shares to prevent the sale. The judge blocked his assets on 18 June, pending the hearing on 27 ... take over until Grinberg has access to his shares. If the judge keeps the assets frozen until a future court case over the ownership of the club, there is still the chance that both sides could sit down and settle out of court. It is now just over a

15:28

Opinion

Reality bites

Mark Nayler

...phase based on dialogue and the rule of law... [S]o that Catalonia can play its role as a motor for growth in [Spain]". Calviño was talking, of course, about the Supreme Court's sentences for leading Catalan secessionists, finally handed down on Monday ... Guardian condemning the Supreme Court's decisions, concluding with the words, "We will never back down". Indeed, the harsh prison terms are likely to radicalise "independistas", rather than halt them in their tracks. Calviño hopes instead that they will ... Certainly, the secessionists did act illegally in organising the October 2017 referendum, which was declared unconstitutional in advance by Spain's Constitutional Court. Some kind of punishment, you could argue, was necessary. But what about a lengthy ban

15:39

National

Court confirms trial of Catalan 'rebels'

SUR

The Supreme Court in Madrid has confirmed that former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, and thirteen other Catalan politicians and civic leaders will face trail for their part in the process leading up to the illegal declaration of independence ... their self-imposed exile in other European countries while courts there were deciding on Spain's extradition requests. The court has rejected appeals by some of the detainees against their detention and confirmed that they will face trial on charges of