MONDA, Spain (Reuters) - Six workers trapped in squalid, airless conditions were rescued from an elaborate cannabis farm and counterfeit tobacco factory hidden beneath a mountain village in Spain after
Vintage ads show the hidden legacy of the Marlboro Man. The brand first became popular as a women's cigarette.
For decades, Marlboro cigarettes have been all but synonymous with their iconic mascot, the Marlboro Man. The burly, rugged cowboy trailed the plains on horseback in the company's iconic 20th-century and
Spanish police were just in time to save labourers trapped without air in an underground cigarette factory run by British criminals, it emerged on Thursday. The Guardia Civil said they arrested 20 men,
One of the country's best-known tobacco researchers is under fire this week after one of his federally funded vaping studies was retracted and other academics are calling for federal review of some of
Spanish police arrest fugitive Briton ringleader and rescue six Ukrainian workers trapped in clandestine workshop. Madrid, Spain - Europe's first underground illegal cigarette factory to be unearthed been