CRIME

Spanish police bust Europe’s largest illegal TV streaming service

Five people have been arrested – including three in Málaga – for providing pirated IPTV in a criminal operation estimated to have made €8 million in profits since 2013

JULEN ROSELLÓ TRAGEDY

Owner of land where Julen Roselló died will argue he was killed in rescue

Lawyers for David Serrano have presented a report to the judge in charge of the case, which claims the two-year-old was killed by impacts from a pick and not from the fall itself

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Owner of property where Julen Roselló died is named suspect in court probe

The Spanish toddler was killed when he fell down an unlicensed borehole that David Serrano had paid a company to drill

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

The unsung heroes of the impossible mission to rescue Julen Roselló

The hundreds of people who helped locate the two-year-old in a 110-meter-deep borehole are struggling to come to terms with their experiences

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

After 13-day search mission, body of Julen Roselló located in borehole

The two-year-old was found at 1.25am local time on Saturday morning. The rescue efforts faced constant delays due to the nature of the terrain and the difficulty in reaching the area

Tragedy in Málaga

Julen Roselló rescue mission: miners nearly done digging tunnel to trapped toddler

Rescue teams have excavated 3.15 of the estimated 3.8 meters separating them from the two-year-old

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Totalán: The Spanish town united for trapped toddler Julen Roselló

Since the two-year-old fell down a borehole, this small community has come together to offer their services, food and homes to rescue workers

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Julen Roselló rescue: The 10 key factors of the mission

Eleven days after the two-year-old fell into a 110-meter-deep borehole, emergency teams are still working in hope of a miracle

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Julen Roselló rescue: “This is a work of humanitarian civil engineering”

Technicians have overcome the latest setback in the race to locate the trapped toddler, and miners are getting ready to go down to a depth of 60 meters

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Specialist miners prepare to begin their mission to rescue Julen Roselló

The brigade are waiting for the shaft into which they will be lowered to be completed, before they start digging the horizontal tunnel by hand in a bid to reach the two-year-old

Tragedy in Málaga

New setback in race to reach trapped Spanish toddler Julen Roselló

Rescuers have finished perforating a vertical tunnel running parallel to the borehole where the two-year-old fell nine days ago, but now find that the diameter needs to be wider

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Court starts investigation into how Julen Roselló accident happened

The Civil Guard has taken statements from the parents of the two-year-old, who is stuck in a 110-meter borehole, as well as the owner of the land and the man who carried out the work

Tragedy in Málaga

Julen rescue: “No one doubts we will find him and we hope he will be alive”

Tensions are running high as the rescue effort to save the two-year-old who fell down a 100-meter-deep borehole in Málaga on Sunday enters its sixth day

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Rescuers continue desperate search for toddler trapped in borehole

The difficulty of the terrain and a bad weather forecast are hampering efforts to excavate two tunnels in a bid to locate two-year-old Julen Roselló

TRAGEDY IN MÁLAGA

Rescuers find “biological traces” of Spanish child stuck in borehole

Authorities are still racing to find two-year-old Julen, who is stuck in a shaft more than 100 meters deep after falling in on Sunday during a family lunch

Tragedy in Málaga

Search continues for toddler thought to have fallen into 100-meter-deep borehole

The parents of two-year-old Julen lost another child in 2017, according to locals from their neighborhood

ARCHEOLOGY

Bats and skeletons: how five kids discovered a priceless cave in Spain

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the random find by a group of youths from Nerja, in Málaga

IMMIGRATION

Two migrant children die on Mediterranean crossing to Spain

Meanwhile, the humanitarian ship ‘Open Arms’ is headed for Algeciras with 310 people aboard

DRUG TRAFFICKING

Spanish police deal “final blow” to bloodthirsty Costa del Sol gang “the Swedes”

Three more members of the international network, allegedly responsible for a series of brutal killings, have been arrested as part of a major crackdown

DRUG TRAFFICKING

Narco warfare on the rise on Spain’s Costa del Sol

Escalating violence over the last year is linked to rivalry between new organized crime gangs that have settled in the area

CRIME

How police brought down the most dangerous gang on the Costa del Sol

The authorities have arrested the alleged hitmen known as “the Swedes,” thought to be behind at least two of the most recent killings in Málaga, southern Spain

CRIME

Man shot in Marbella amid wave of drug-related crime

Spain’s Costa del Sol has seen a spike in violence with over a dozen people killed just this year

IMMIGRATION

More than 250 migrants rescued off Spain’s southern coast this weekend

Four bodies were also found just a week after last week’s tragic shipwreck, with 596 people having died along the sea route to Spanish shores so far this year