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Torra had installed a toned-down symbol in front of the Catalan government building on Thursday morning

21 March 2019 07:34 PM

President referred to Spanish public prosecutor over yellow ribbons

Electoral Authority has also asked Catalan police to remove banners and symbols backing jailed and exiled leaders

Ada Colau speaking after the Eurocities group meeting in Brussels

21 March 2019 05:12 PM

Barcelona Mayor lobbies EU leaders to make city life more affordable

Ada Colau leads network of cities campaigning for three-point plan to cut rent prices, prioritizing regeneration over gentrification
Around two dozen Spanish Guardia Civil officers are giving testimony this week

21 March 2019 03:44 PM

Spanish police officer compares pro-referendum protests to Basque conflict

Law enforcer testifying in independence trial says that he received death threats during a raid

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

19 March 2019 11:29 AM

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

Former high-ranking member of Spanish treasury testifies in Supreme Court, with Catalan public servant and Spanish Guardia Civil police officers to follow
Meritxell Budó campaigning alongside Catalan president Quim Torra

19 March 2019 10:51 AM

Catalan president promotes local mayor to prominent government spokesperson role

Quim Torra is set to install Meritxell Budó as the new face of his administration

'Catalans are not sheep, they are not militarized people,' says former minister Jordi Turull

19 February 2019 04:57 PM

Turull: 'Catalans aren't sheep, independence movement is bottom-up'

Former government spokesman tells public prosecutor they "tried for agreed referendum until last minute"

Abuse, feminism, and immigration: The Last Patriarch by Najat el Hachmi

18 February 2019 09:22 PM

Abuse, feminism, and immigration: The Last Patriarch by Najat el Hachmi

This book is purposefully shocking, often difficult to read, and raises necessary questions – although it sometimes might go to far

“Between the two options - to do nothing and continue without a budget, or call an election and let the Spanish public decide - I choose the latter,” says Spanish president Pedro Sánchez

15 February 2019 10:27 AM

Spanish president calls snap general election for April 28

Pedro Sánchez calls fresh polls after government budget rejected

Accident fatalities see 7% increase from last year, as upward trend continues

10 January 2019 07:14 PM

256 people died in road accidents in Catalonia in 2018

Figure is a 7% increase over last year as upward trend in fatalities that began in 2015 continues
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