Both in Spain and in Europe, an increase in investigations into minors in the context of jihadist terrorism has been detected.
This week recent incidents in Mallorca include a fatal stabbing in Arta, a shooting in Bendinat, squatter violence in Palma, a former German soldier arrested for arson, ongoing investigations into human trafficking, migrant minors housed in a care home, a potential airport strike, and concerns about the carbon footprint and water resources.
Police fired rubber bullets, 24 people were arrested and seven police officers were lightly injured.
Four people were arrested today.
The twenty videos that the eight young men recorded with their mobiles appear to confirm that sexual violence took place.
Police seized six bottles of ‘laughing gas’, nearly 500 balloons and 13 nozzles.
Police said that more arrests could be made.
Eight people were arrested in the early hours of yesterday morning as a result of a police operation mounted in the most conflictive areas of the resort.
The Colombian woman had thought she was coming to Majorca for work as a domestic employee.
Local police and the Guardia Civil have been working closely as part of the antisocial behaviour campaign in the key resorts, in particular Magalluf.
At least twenty rooms in Santa Ponsa hotels were burgled.
Tolo Cursach faces being transferred to a prison on the mainland. Meanwhile, the closure of BCM may affect "study trips" to Magalluf.
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