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'We're nobody's servants,' says ERC's Gabriel Rufián

'We're nobody's servants,' says ERC's Gabriel Rufián

"We’re nobody’s servants. Our only master is the working people of Catalonia," said Gabriel Rufián, an MP for Esquerra party in the Spanish congress.

JxCat against 6th state of alarm extension

JxCat against 6th state of alarm extension

Catalan government spokesperson Meritxell Budó, of JxCat, speaks out against extending the state of alarm because her party says it doesn't allow them to manage lockdown de-escalation in Catalonia

Barcelona to celebrate Pride with LGBTQ flag despite Supreme Court ban on unofficial flags

Barcelona to celebrate Pride with LGBTQ flag despite Supreme Court ban on unofficial flags

Barcelona mayor Ada Colau speaks out against the new Supreme Court ban on unofficial flags on public buildings, claiming that the LGBTQ flag will be used for Pride this year as usual

Museums and monuments begin to reopen

Museums and monuments begin to reopen

Some museums reopened in Barcelona, as did several more elsewhere. In the Catalan capital, visitors were allowed in at one-third of the total capacity, while similar restrictions have been applied to monuments reopening in the areas further along in terms of lockdown de-escalation.

2-Jun-20: 'Unemployment up 30% in May compared to last year'

2-Jun-20: 'Unemployment up 30% in May compared to last year'

Another 15,000 people lost their jobs in May, with the total jobless figure nearing half a million. That means a 3% increase compared to April, but there were also fewer people affected by temporary redundancy schemes

Schools reopen with few students

Schools reopen with few students

Few students return on the first day back at schools in almost three months. Those in lockdown easing Phase 2 open for individual tutoring lessons and to help families. Yet, regular lessons will continue to be online until the end of the school year, on June 19. 

George Floyd, Black Lives Matter street art painting in Barcelona

George Floyd, Black Lives Matter street art painting in Barcelona

Street artist TV Boy has painted a memorial to George Floyd, the African-American man killed by a police officer in May 2020, sparking protests and unrest across the United States. The Black Lives Matter memorial has been created close to the Born Cultural Center in the middle of Barcelona

The success of Catalan 'art-house Netflix' during lockdown

The success of Catalan 'art-house Netflix' during lockdown

As the lockdown has kept people in their homes and theatres and cinemas shut, the public has naturally enough tended to look toward more forms of at-home entertainment to keep them busy. For the Catalan "art-house Netflix," FilmIn, which also has a Catalan version, FilmIn.cat, this has led to...

Opening a brand-new bookshop during the pandemic

Opening a brand-new bookshop during the pandemic

At a time when countless other businesses are struggling, Ona Llibres has opened a new 1,000 sqm meter bookstore devoted exclusively to Catalan language titles on Pau Claris, in Barcelona’s centric Eixample neighborhood.
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