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Oxfam general director in Spain, José Maria Vera, alongside researcher Liliana Marcos (by ACN)

22 January 2018 02:10 PM

Richest 1% control quarter of wealth, according to Oxfam report

NGO calls for change in wage inequality at press conference in Barcelona

Ada Colau (centre) entering main entrance of La Model prison, now open to public (by ACN)

21 January 2018 05:38 PM

La Model prison opens doors to public

Interior courtyard of former penitentiary facility, a symbol of Francoist repression, can be visited from Monday to Saturday

Manel Riu reacts to accusations of hate speech on social media

18 January 2018 03:13 PM

Catalan teacher denies hate speech accusations at court

Manel Riu tells court in Tremp that his tweets and Facebook posts criticizing Spain are not criminal

Anti-referendum Spanish police operation cost €87,000,000

18 January 2018 01:45 PM

Spain police operation against Catalan referendum cost €87M

Spanish Home Affairs minister says use of force was “minimal and proportionate”

Demonstration participants in Barcelona demand the freedom of Jordi Cuixart and Jordi Sànchez on January 16 2018 (by Laura Fíguls)

16 January 2018 09:03 PM

Protests demand freedom for jailed leaders at 3 month mark

Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Cuixart were sent to prison on October 16, and various towns throughout Catalonia have held demonstrations to demand their release
Two elderly women work on a puzzle in a public rest home on January 16 2018 (by Elisenda Rosanas)

16 January 2018 06:54 PM

Public retirement homes and primary care to share medical history

Easy access to an individual’s details will streamline the process and make it easier to receive care
An empty classroom at the University of Barcelona (by ACN)

16 January 2018 03:14 PM

Work to do on Catalan universities as public funding remains low

Due to subsequent cuts after economic crisis, further education centers are also more expensive than European average

The so-called ‘Palau’ case has finally come to a close

15 January 2018 12:58 PM

Prison of up to 9.5 years for main offenders in major corruption case

Court orders CDC party to repay 6.6 million euros after it is found guilty of illegal funding in sentence involving former officials of the Palau de la Música concert hall

Trees planted in remembrance of Pau Pérez, murdered in aftermath of August terror attack

15 January 2018 12:25 PM

Olive trees planted in remembrance of August 17 Barcelona terrorist attack victim

Pau Pérez, who would have been 35 on Sunday, was stabbed to death as perpetrator of atrocity fled police

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