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Malaga's Javier Saviola controls a ball during the Champions League quarterfinal first leg soccer match between Malaga CF and Borussia Dortmund in Malaga, Spain, Wednesday, April 3, 2013.
2014-09-02, Goal
The experienced Argentine puts pen to paper on a one-year deal after spending last season with Olympiakos and reunites with former Barcelona team-mate Rafael Marquez...
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Skynews: The parents of Ashya King have been freed from custody in Madrid and are believed to be heading to Seville for a meeting with their lawyer. Their release follows the decision by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to drop the case against them. As...
Belfast Telegraph: The parents of brain tumour patient Ashya King said they were "relieved" and "tired" as they left a Spanish prison and prepared to be reunited "as soon as possible" with their five-year-old son. Brett and Naghmeh King were arrested on Saturday after they took...
Goal: The striker says he had his heart set on a move to Valencia during a nervy deadline day and is determined to help fire the club to the top of Spanish footballAlvaro Negredo insists he knew nothing about interest from Real Madrid before signing for Valencia on...
The Australian: THE parents of critically ill cancer patient Ashya King have been freed from a Madrid prison after British authorities dropped their extradition warrant this morning. It has taken three days for British police to come to the conclusion that the distressed...
Sacramento Bee: During the summer, it's almost impossible to stay indoors come happy hour. While the cooler months - spent with friends crowding in cozy bars and huddling by the fire - are fast approaching, there's still time for some rooftop boozin' - and fortunately,...
Boston Herald: SOTO DELREAL, Spain — The British parents who took their critically ill child for treatment abroad without doctors' consent were released from custody in Spain on Tuesday after authorities in the United Kingdom dropped charges of child cruelty against them....
BBC News: 2 September 2014 Last updated at 22:19 BST Ashya King's parents have been freed from a Spanish jail, following their arrest on Saturday. Brett and Naghemeh King were detained after taking five-year-old Ashya, who has a brain tumour, from a Southampton hospital...
Stuff: A Spanish judge has ordered the immediate release from custody of two British parents detained in Madrid for taking their seriously ill child out of hospital, a court source said on Tuesday, speeding a reunion with their five-year-old son. The high-profile...
Belfast Telegraph: The parents of brain tumour patient Ashya King are being released in Spain, according to family members. The five-year-old's brother Danny told Sky News that Brett and Naghmeh King were being released from prison in Madrid without any charges. Asked how he was...
Daily Press: MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish judge has ordered the immediate release from custody of two British parents detained in Madrid for taking their seriously ill child out of hospital, a court source said on Tuesday, speeding a reunion with their five-year-old son....
Canberra Times: A policeman stands guard at a police van allegedly holding Brett and Naghemeh King at court in Madrid. Photo: Getty Images Madrid: Two British parents detained in Madrid for taking their seriously ill child out of hospital could be reunited with him as soon as...
The Irish Times: A Spanish judge has ordered the immediate release of the parents of a seriously ill British boy from a Madrid jail, a court source said. Britain‘s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said earlier it would withdraw the European arrest warrant for Naghemeh and Brett...
STL Today: SOTO DELREAL, Spain (AP) — Spanish officials have ordered the immediate release of a detained British couple who were wanted by police in the United Kingdom after they took their critically ill child for treatment abroad without doctors' consent. The National...
The Los Angeles Times: British prosecutors are withdrawing an arrest warrant for the parents of a cancer-stricken boy who removed him from a hospital in England without the consent of physicians to seek care abroad, officials said Tuesday. Brett and Naghemeh King, who were in...