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Catalan government reacts to National Court decision to not investigate possible links between terrorist and CNI

Catalan government reacts to National Court decision to not investigate possible links between terrorist and CNI

Spain’s National Court has declined to investigate the alleged links between the mastermind of the Barcelona and Cambrils August 2017 terror attacks and the Spanish secret services.

Dalí's birthplace, undergoing works

Dalí's birthplace, undergoing works

Refurbishment of the house the surrealist artist was born in gets underway.

18-Sep-19: 'Ahead of election, Spain's president says suspending Catalan self-rule still on table'

18-Sep-19: 'Ahead of election, Spain's president says suspending Catalan self-rule still on table'

Opposition parties blamed Spain’s acting president Pedro Sánchez for the failed talks that will lead to a snap election on November 10. The Catalan crisis is set to play a key role in the new campaign

Catalonia's particle accelerator granted another €25M

Catalonia's particle accelerator granted another €25M

Catalonia’s particle accelerator will receive a further boost from the government in the form of 25 million euros.

Dalí and Gainsbourg, unmasked

Dalí and Gainsbourg, unmasked

Salvador Dalí and Serge Gainsbourg are perhaps two of the most iconic artists of the 20th century, with equally remarkable personalities. After writing 'Gainsbourg i Dalí, moi non plus’ (Edicions Cal·lígrafs), journalist and author Pere Francesch believes he has unmasked the men hiding...

Catalonia's finest restaurant doubles as street art mural

Catalonia's finest restaurant doubles as street art mural

Catalonia's finest restaurant, Celler de Can Roca in Girona, now doubles up as street art mural, in a tribute to old age

CUP MP on asking for amnesty if guilty verdict for jailed leaders

CUP MP on asking for amnesty if guilty verdict for jailed leaders

CUP MP Carles Riera suggests the appropriate response to a potential guilty verdict in the Catalan Trial is to ask for an amesty

Spain's president says suspending Catalan self-rule still possible

Spain's president says suspending Catalan self-rule still possible

Spain’s acting president, Pedro Sánchez, has insisted that suspending Catalonia’s self-rule by implementing the Spanish constitution's Article 155 is still on the table.

Catalonia takes action against the climate crisis

Catalonia takes action against the climate crisis

Between September 20 and 27, Fridays for Future is rising up in Catalonia. The organization is an anti-climate change body of school students who take time off school to participate in protests to demand action against global warming. It was...

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