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President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen greets British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Brussels to negotiate post-Brexit trade deal, December 9, 2020 (European Commission)

16 January 2021 10:41 AM

PODCAST: Brexit – Listener questions answered (and more)

How is the UK's departure from EU affecting Brits in Catalonia, students and Catalan businesses? 

A ballot being placed into a box from a past FC Barcelona presidential election (image from FC Barcelona website)

15 January 2021 02:04 PM

Barça presidential elections postponed due to pandemic

Interim board reportedly proposes March 7 as alternative date to hold vote

A person is tested for the Covid-19 coronavirus in Figueres, northern Catalonia (by Gemma Tubert)

15 January 2021 12:13 PM

70% of new Covid infections take place at home, new study

Research reveals the rest of new cases come from social outings, work or school environments, or in hospitals
Some of the disputed works of art originally from the Sixena monastery, photographed on display in 2017 (by Albert Lijarcio)

14 January 2021 05:47 PM

Disputed artworks to remain in Aragon following Supreme Court decision

The sale of 96 pieces of art originally from the Sixena monastery to the Catalan government was ruled null and void

The year in review: 2020 in Catalonia

30 December 2020 12:07 PM

A pandemic, political instability, and climate change: a look back at a gloomy 2020

An overview of the year from a Catalan perspective

What to do in December in Catalonia

03 December 2020 01:10 PM

What to do in Catalonia this Christmas season

With some Covid-19 restrictions eased last month, festive markets return and cultural spaces reopen

The view of Gaudí's famous Casa Batlló from the virtual tour (by Casa Batlló)

18 March 2020 12:27 PM

Catalan culture to enjoy while in quarantine

As the covid-19 coronavirus crisis shuts down society, Catalan News offers this selection of activities to keep yourself entertained

Why do Catalan Christmas traditions involve poo?

05 December 2019 07:35 PM

Why do Catalan Christmas traditions involve poo?

From seasonal figurines answering nature’s call to wooden logs excreting presents, faeces are an integral part of Christmas in Catalonia. But… why?

20 August 2018 07:37 PM

Assailant shot down in police station after showing “clear intention” to kill officers

Assailant shot down in police station after showing “clear intention” to kill officers

The attempted knife attack in a police station on Monday early morning is being treated as a "terrorist attack," said the Catalan police in the afternoon, some six hours after the events. According to...
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