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25 Jun
Residents of Gibraltar are voting on whether to ease its abortion law in a referendum. Campaigning has been fierce in this normally closely-knit British enclave at the southernmost tip of Spain, which is home to some 32,000 people.
11 Apr
Gibraltar has seen the fastest vaccine rollout in Europe. In nearby Spain, the situation looks much more dire, with infections rising once more. What's behind Gibraltar’s success?
27 Mar
The European Commission alleges that while it was still an EU member, Britain failed to recover €100 million in state aid given by the UK territory to multinationals.
1 Jan
Gibraltar is set to become a part of the Schengen zone to ensure fluidity of movement at the border with Spain after the end of the post-Brexit transition phase.
24 Jul 2020
A gateway for drug smugglers. At the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula, a stone's throw from the Moroccan coast, the Strait of Gibraltar has become a gateway for the trafficking of drugs between Europe and Africa.
14 Sep 2019
Washington says the vessel, which was detained by Gibraltar for 6 weeks, is "blocked property" under anti-terrorism laws. The ship's next destination is a mystery after Turkey and Lebanon denied it was heading their way.
30 Jul 2019
The migrants were plucked from several inflatable boats in the Strait of Gibraltar and returned to Morocco. The rescue came a day one of the deadliest migrant shipwrecks in the Mediterranean this year.

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