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Six gored on day two of Pamplona bull-running festival

Six people were gored and eight others have been injured on the second day of the annual bull-running festival in Pamplona, Spain.

More than 1,000 people took to the streets for the second run of the week-long festival.

Just moments into the event, several bulls became separated from the herd, and began charging at people in the crowds.

The Spanish Red Cross said six people had been gored and eight others were taken to hospital for treatment after being injured in the race.

A number of runners, as well as the bulls, repeatedly slipped and fell on the rain-slicked cobbles.

Spanish expats 'angry' at vote to leave the EU

Expats living in Spain have said they are angry at the vote to leave the EU and fear for their future prospects living in the EU.

There will be no immediate changes to the circumstances for British expats in Europe, the prime minister said this morning.

However, their future is uncertain as they may no longer enjoy the right to live and work in EU countries.

John and Miriam, who relocated to Malaga 12 years ago, said they are "angry" at the vote to leave the EU.

Miriam said she has health conditions and the Brexit may mean she has to return to live in the UK to access healthcare.

John said: "I felt a real mix of shock and anger. Angry because, for me this the wrong result. I feel people who voted to exit voted for the wrong reasons."


Frenchman arrested over 2015 Paris deli attack

Scene of the attack on a kosher deli in Paris in January 2015 Credit: Reuters

A Frenchman has been arrested in Spain on suspicion of supplying the weapons that were used to kill five people at a kosher deli in Paris last year.

The 27-year-old man is from Sainte Catherine and was arrested in the Malaga area on Tuesday, in a joint operation with French police, Spain's interior ministry said in a statement.

Amedy Coulibaly shot dead a police officer and four hostages in the supermarket in January 2015, a day after two other gunmen killed 12 people in an attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper office in Paris.

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