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Image of Molí del Baró archeological site, in the Catalan Pyrenees (by Museu d'Isona)

03 June 2019 05:36 PM

Europe's most modern dinosaur site found in Catalan Pyrenees

Paleontologists discovered remains of hadrosaurs, teeth from carnivorous dinosaurs, and titanosaur egg fragments

Researcher shares results of 'promising' pancreatic cancer trial

03 June 2019 02:04 PM

Barcelona research center participates in promising pancreatic cancer trial

Vall d’Hebron Oncology Institute helps prove efficacy of personalized treatment for BRCA gene mutation carriers
Ayoub, one of the migrants taking part in the Inund'art festival (by Marina López)

02 June 2019 05:37 PM

Young migrants tell their stories at Inund'ART festival

In the annual art event in Girona, 'The dreamers' sees four foreign youngsters aiming to "break stereotypes" by relating the challenges they faced

Archeologists at work digging up a Civil War mass grave in Alguaire, Lleida (Oriol Bosch/ACN)

31 May 2019 05:35 PM

Government to dig up six more Civil War era mass graves

Located in Lleida and Tarragona provinces, they will be excavated by September of this year

The Mediterranean Corridor - the unfinished high-speed rail line decades in the making

24 May 2019 08:34 PM

The unfinished high-speed rail link decades in the making

Once completed, the Mediterranean Corridor will connect the south of Spain with the French border and serve 40% of Spain’s population

Protester Gracie on the Barcelona Fridays For Future demonstration

24 May 2019 07:51 PM

Hundreds of students march through Barcelona to highlight climate emergency

The weather wasn't on their side but their commitment to the climate was clear

Rising tourism and rising rent in north Catalonia

24 May 2019 02:04 PM

Girona’s ‘theme park’ city center no place for local neighbors

Affordable housing activists claim locals are being pushed out of their homes, while the Girona city council says there’s no issue

Power shifts in Catalonia - from nuclear to wind energy

23 May 2019 03:31 PM

Power shifts in southern Catalonia - from nuclear to wind

Many locals in the Terra Alta region are fed up with the number of wind farms being built in their area
Director of the Catalan Institute of Statistics, Frederic Udina, sits with the Catalan vice president Pere Aragonès and other political officials at a press conference on population projections. (Photo: Pol Solà)

22 May 2019 11:57 AM

Aging Catalan population expected to hit eight million by 2030

Consistent levels of immigration will make up for the particularly low fertility rate

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