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Urdangarin: Spanish king's brother-in-law loses appeal and faces jail

Iñaki Urdangarin, the disgraced husband of Princess Cristina, King Felipe VI's …
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Spanish king's brother-in-law turns himself in to serve prison sentence

Inaki Urdangarin signed himself into the Brieva prison in Avila at around 8:00 am …
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Urdangarin's jersey will not be taken down despite Supreme Court ruling

The Spanish Supreme Court has sentenced Inaki Urdangarin to five years and 10 …
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Spanish king's brother-in-law, Inaki Urdangarin, jailed over corruption probe

Inaki Urdangarin, husband of Spain's Princess Cristina, was handed a prison …
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Spanish king’s brother-in-law might stay in women’s prison for “security” reasons

Iñaki Urdangarin, the brother-in-law of Spanish King Felipe VI, has become the first man in a long time to serve his sentence at the Brieva penitentiary in Ávila, after being given five years and 10 months for his involvement in the Nóos …
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Spanish king's brother-in-law, Inaki Urdangarin, ordered to go to prison

A Spanish court has ordered Inaki Urdangarin, husband of Spanish princess Cristina, to start his prison sentence for crimes including fraud and tax evasion. The princess had been acquitted of aiding Urdangarin. Former Olympic handball …
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Iñaki Urdangarin chooses women’s prison to serve his time

The disgraced brother-in-law of King Felipe VII has opted for a small prison outside the city of Avila to serve out his sentence, where he will be the only male inmate. …
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From duke to prisoner: how King Felipe’s brother-in-law fell from grace

On September 30, 2000, Iñaki Urdangarin was 32. He had just scored a penalty and given Spain’s national handball team its last winning goal at the Sydney Olympic Games. Spain walked away with the bronze medal in what was …
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King Felipe's brother-in-law Inaki Urdangarin jailed in Spain

King Felipe of Spain's brother-in-law has begun an almost six-year prison sentence for crimes including tax fraud and embezzlement. Inaki Urdangarin signed himself …
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Spanish king's brother-in-law Inaki Urdangarin turns himself in to serve prison sentence

Urdangarin was found guilty in February last year of using royal connections to …
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