NEWS24.COM | SPAIN COURT SENTENCES MAN OVER GANG RAPE WEBSITE

A Spanish court sentenced Tuesday a man to 18 months in jail for setting up a website showing where a notorious gang rape took place during the running of the bulls festival in the city of Pamplona three years ago.

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