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Sounds like Lopez might have had some form of relationship with Prof. Marcos Maynar at some point and who was accused of doping athletes some years ago but as he's now being investigated for drug trafficking, somehow Lopez was linked and so stopped and searched at the airport, which would be standard practice for any passport number associated with the Court Case even if simply as a witness. Astana are racing him at Burgos and La Vuelta they say and is now unsuspended.
Michele Gazzoli popped for an AAF at Volta ao Algarve (in Portugal of all places), 1 year ban.

Man the UCI really doesn't like Astana.

Doesn't seem like it because he is very young, but is actually quite a big name to get popped.

Junior European Road race champion.

4th in u23 worlds last year as a teammate of Baroncini, racing on the same (always dodgy) colpack team as Ajuso and Baroncini. Small chance it could get interesting, probably not

But again its a small fish getting announced publicly
Just a young rider not checking on Global Dro buying a nasal spray in my opinion. To result in a non-intentional AAF decision, there has to be an identifiable source of the prohibited substance and as it's claimed for rhinitis, he probably has some medical evidence to support that too, otherwise he would have received the full sanction. Of course, that doesn't mean he didn't know what he was doing and purposely retained the receipt and found an ENT to fake his Rhinitus or the team Dr did, but if it was the team prescribing it, their Doctor would then have to provide his own medical traceability and justification for prescribing a prohibited substance in competition. Besides that, it would be available under TUE anyway if he just did a RAST test etc there and then at the race so no risk of AAF then anyway as a team Dr.