At least five dead as heatwave christened 'Lucifer' continues to cause temperatures to hit 110F across southern Europe Daily Mail.
Fire crews have been fighting a 'Towering Inferno' in Malaga in which a 50-year-old man has died and at least 20 residents were left trapped on the roof. The blaze broke out on Monday at around 8am in a block of flats, 15 storeys high, in the Garden.
Hundreds of people fled a shopping centre in a stampede today after an explosion sparked fears of a terror attack. A loud bang was heard inside the Miramar shopping centre, in the popular Spanish resort of Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol. Shoppers .
A FIRE at a restaurant in Benalmadena's Puerto Marina has forced a building to be evacuated a caused extensive damage to the complex. It is as yet unknown what started the inferno but according to media reports, a source at the fire service said “at.
About 520 separate fire outbreaks on ... and booked rooms in three hotels for people who had to evacuate their homes. At least 10 schools cancelled classes on Monday in Vigo because of the flames, local officials said. Spain's rail operator Renfe said.
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Tom Henry laughed with old friends, wept over others no longer around and won gold. The kidney transplant recipient from Ventura returned late Sunday from the World Transplant Games in Malaga , Spain , carrying four gold medals — for discus, javelin.
It is not known how the fire started. Elsewhere on the Costa del Sol, a recent forest fire in Benagalbon was extinguished with the help of two helicopters and 27 infoca workers after five hectares of scrubland and olive grove caught fire . In Velez.
A fire broke out in the Ministry of Agriculture, and protesters broke windows and doors at other ministries. Local media captured video images of military police firing pistols into the air. The Secretariat of Public Security issued a statement late.
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Catalonia's leader has threatened to explicitly declare independence if no talks with the central government are offered, prompting Spain to call a special Cabinet ... and extra police being assigned to your hotel, you can’t help but wonder what the.
holiday, but the mountains of Sierra Nevada in Spain have a height advantage that means snow is usually plentiful. The highest viewpoint on the slopes of the resort, which is only half an hour's drive from Granada airport, and a couple of hours.