13-Mar-18 TV News: ‘Freedom of expression in Spain questioned’
The Human Rights Court in Strasbourg ruled for Spain to compensate two Catalan men who had been sentenced to pay a fine for burning pictures of the former Spanish king. The court says that their actions falls under freedom of expression. Also today, Amnesty International criticised judges prosecuting artists. Meanwhile, a transport entity has made a comeback to Barcelona: Uber.
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