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13:01

National

Art world rage at 'censorship' of political work

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A piece of art at Madrid's annual ARCO contemporary art fair has been controversially withdrawn by the exhibitor at the request of the venue's owners. The work is a collection of 24 photographs of people currently in jail in Spain with their faces

16:47

Local

Iranian magnate faces 12 years over the mistreatment of five women

SUR.

A date has been set for the trial of an Iranian magnate resident in Marbella, who is facing 12 years and four months behind bars for the alleged "intimidatory, hostile, and humiliating" treatment of five women with whom he "simultaneously maintained

13:30

National

King's brother-in-law given five days to turn up at jail after Supreme court ruling

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

The former Duke of Palma, Iñaki Urdangarin, has been given until Monday to turn up at jail to start serving a sentence of five years and ten months following a ruling by the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Urdangarin, who is married to the King's ... Both Torres and Urdangarin attended the Palma provincial court, separately, on Wednesday morning to receive their official orders to go to jail. They were both given five days to turn up at the Spanish prison of their choice. Matas chose to skip that ... former duke's chances of avoiding jail have practically run out. The next step in the appeal process would be to turn to the Constitutional Court alleging the violation of fundamental rights and calling for the sentence to be suspended. The likelihood of

12:31

Local

Marbella FC president released from jail after paying 750,000 euro bail

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Alexander Grinberg, the president of Marbella Football Club, left Alhaurín de la Torre jail last week after paying the 750,000-euro bail set by the Malaga provincial court. The Russian was arrested along with three others in September as part of a

14:35

Local

Marbella FC president released from jail after paying 750,000-euro bail

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Alexander Grinberg, the president of Marbella Football Club, left Alhaurín de la Torre jail on Wednesday after paying the 750,000-euro bail set by the Malaga provincial court. The Russian was arrested along with three others in September as part of

19:12

National

Judge denies bail for ex-Catalan ministers and sends them to jail

SUR

Prosecutors called in court on Thursday for former senior members of the Catalan regional government to be denied bail and held in jail and the judge in charge agreed. Judge Carmen Lamela said that there was a high risk of another crime being

14:11

Local

Immigrants and charities complain of conditions in Archidona prison

Debbie Bartlett

...other facilities. “What do you want us to do with these people? Leave them out on the street?” demanded Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido in Parliament this week, in response to criticism, and he insisted that the conditions in the jail are better than ... being kept in a jail, and the Vatican has also spoken out, saying that it is against any form of detention centre for migrants and refugees, who “should be treated as human beings”. Around 50 people, among them relatives of the immigrants, staged a

18:44

Local

Legion veteran facing 22 years in jail for murder of retired policeman

J. CANO.

Spanish foreign legion veteran, Julián Y. L., 64, is facing 22 years in prison for the brutal murder of former policeman Tomás A. M., 74, who he claimed had "revealed his secret". The incident took place in Torremolinos last February and according

12:47

Local

Controversy over the decision to hold illegal immigrants in the unopened Archidona prison

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES

...police went to court on Sunday morning and asked the judge for permission to admit them to the 'Centro de Internamiento de Extranjeros de Archidona', in other words referring to an internment centre for foreigners, and not to a jail. The judge agreed. A ... was given, so she says she was surprised when 464 of them were transferred to the jail on Monday. On the same day, the interior ministry issued a press release, in which it referred to the prison as a “centre” and used the word “rooms” instead of ... cells. The jail was officially announced as such in the Official State Bulletin (BOE) on 18 March, but there is some debate about whether this applies while it is brand new and has never been occupied by prisoners. The haste with which the immigrants