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

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Westley Capper and Craig Porter answered questions in Malaga's provincial court on Monday regarding the disappearance of Agnese Klavina | On Tuesday her sister said Agnese led a normal life and had no reason to want to disappear of her own accord

In the courtroom on day one of the trial.
In the courtroom on day one of the trial. FRANCIS SILVA

Fridays for Future campaign reaches Malaga

Around a thousand people joined the environment march in the city on Friday, while many older secondary school students went on strike

The protest in Malaga.
The protest in Malaga. francis silva


Guess who's back

Rob Palmer

Casual Zidane, with Florentino Pérez in the foreground.

Zinedine Zidane's departure was dramatic, but his return to Real Madrid 284 days later was even more extraordinary

Business as usual

Jennie Rhodes

Jennie Rhodes

Just how many years is it going to take for microaggressions against women to disappear?

Fraud focus

Peter Edgerton

Peter Edgerton

I have a hard and fast rule: don't click on any links in emails, ever

the euro zone

Double standards

Mark Nayler

Mark Nayler

Vox's ministers in Andalucía are backed by a hefty chunk of taxpayers' money - this is the same party that recently campaigned for a reduction in public funding for political groups

the bigger picture

When alarm bells sound it's probably too late


To be rewarded investors must be able to stay the course and "keep their heads when all around them are losing theirs"

Sophia Kuznetsova.

A new generation of creativity

International schools along the Costa del Sol and in Gibraltar sent in some of their students’ best work to be published in this year’s Education and Learning special

Inside Van Gogh


Malaga plays host to Van Gogh Alive, a multimedia exhibition focusing on the life and works of the Dutch genius

The sherry box wars


Spain must be the only country in the world where the law courts have decided how the bodegas are allowed to package their wine

Equal opportunities - in the home too

Rachel Haynes

Rachel Haynes

Women may be able to access senior management positions, but they are still considered responsible for bringing up their children and running their household