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'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
Laywer Jordi Pina and spokesperson for the jailed leaders on hunger strike Pilar Calvo on December 17, 2018 (by Roger Pi de Cabanyes)

17 December 2018 06:20 PM

Jailed officials on hunger strike send letters to 40 European leaders

The pro-independence officials will also appeal their suspension as MPs in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg
Some people playing with snow in Espot, in the Catalan Pyrenees (by Marta Lluvich)

04 December 2018 12:38 PM

Out and about in Catalonia over the bank holiday weekend

With four days off from December 6 to 9, mountain, country and coastal areas are looking forward to a bumper year

Barcelona's Poblenou cemetery front door (by Sandra Gómez / Cristina Navarro)

01 November 2018 09:59 AM

The gloomy side of Barcelona

The cemeteries of Barcelona open their gates to offer free tours to visitors

Casa Bloc in Barcelona on October 18 2018 for 48h Open House (by Pau Cortina)

27 October 2018 11:31 AM

Barcelona’s Architecture in 2 days: Open House event begins

The 48-hour open-doors of the capital’s architecture will bring opportunities to see buildings usually closed to the general public

Catalan parliament speaker suggests referendum with independence and Spanish leader proposal

13 September 2018 01:17 PM

Referendum needs to change from 'impossible' to 'unavoidable,' says parliament speaker

Roger Torrent suggests that Spanish president agree to vote for independence and Madrid's proposal for Catalonia self-government

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