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14:14

Local

Four Britons arrested for involvement in drug trafficking

sur

...of activity in the unused industrial unit, police arrested the four Britons, aged between 30 and 35, during the successful “Operación Luz”. A court has ordered the imprisonment of the four men who were allegedly involved. A search of the

14:51

National

Catalan separatist MPs play cat and mouse with Madrid's Supreme Court

SUR

A new chapter was being written in the ongoing saga of Catalan politics this week with the expected failed attempt to invest a new regional presidential candidate ahead of his possible arrest. Following the resignation of imprisoned Jordi Sànchez a

11:12

Local

Third arrest made over torture and kidnapping

Charo MÁRQUEZ.

27, 34 and 41 and of French or Belgian nationality, have been charged with false imprisonment, causing injury, drug trafficking and belonging to a criminal organisation.

12:12

Local

Arrest made in Estepona over London murder

C. MÁRQUEZ

...others, 20 and 18, involved in chasing down the actor on bicycles and trapping him in an alleyway before the attack, were sentenced to life imprisonment in June.

15:02

Local

Twelve years later, only four of those found guilty of looting funds from Marbella remain behind bars

SUR

...jail have now either been granted third-grade imprisonment (they can go out during the day but have to return at night) or have been conditionally released. The others are former mayor Marisol Yagüe, businessman Andrés Liétor (who was a fugitive from ... town hall Juan Antonio Roca, has been granted third-grade imprisonment and now combines his job at a consulting company in Malaga province with voluntary duties. The first arrests took place on 29 March 2006, although the investigation had begun the