Wednesday, 13 December, 2017

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AT least 45,000 pro-Catalan independence protesters have taken to the streets of Brussels to support the controversial cause. The march is a show of solidarity with exiled Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who is remaining...

EVERY year the world's leading cities fight it out to be the most Instagrammed place on the planet. Last year, London took the crown as the most snapped and tagged city in the world. This year,...

AN ongoing terror operation in Catalunya is attempting to uncover bombs and explosives. Bomb disposal experts have been mobilised as officers and sniffer dogs search several properties in Sant Pere de Ribes near Barcelona. Regional Mossos...

Sergio Garcia pleaded for people to come together following a recent rally in Barcelona that saw 750,000 protesters take to the streets demanding the release of the separatist leaders.

THE government has refused to comment on reports that the imam behind the Barcelona terror attacks was once an intelligence agency informer. El Pais reported that Abdelbaki Es Satty was an informer for the CNI service...

CARMAKER SEAT has showcased its new model in Spain which features a breathalyser which shuts the car down if the driver is over the alcohol limit. It will then call a taxi for the driver,...

PEDESTRIAN entrances to Malaga city centre have had road blocks installed in a bid to prevent terror attacks similar to those witnessed in Barcelona this year. The large bollards make it impossible for a car...

THE recent story of two Vueling passengers who were kicked off the flight 'for speaking Catalan' has been branded as 'fake news' by fellow passengers. The story, reported across the UK and Spanish nationals, claimed...

THE mother of seven-year-old Julian Cadman has revealed her ongoing heartbreak after he was killed in August's Barcelona terror attack. Jumarie Cadman told the Daily Telegraph that she struggles to understand why she lived and...

The court ruled that the editor Francisco Marhuenda and Ussia were irresponsible, ordering them to pay the striker €72,783.20.

International air bookings for the Spanish region fell by 22% since the beginning of October compared to the same period last year.

Barcelona and Madrid are two of the safest cities in Europe in a report released by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

'The security of passengers and crew our main priority,' say Costa Cruceros

PRIME Minister Mariano Rajoy has said he is dissolving the Catalan parliament after it voted to declare independence earlier today. The Spanish leader said the unprecedented move to impose direct rule on the region was...

Travel agencies receiving requests from customers to be diverted to ports other than Barcelona

A SPANISH supermarket has fired one of its employees for working too hard. The Lidl in Barcelona fired the worker, named Jean P, because he turned up to shifts an hour early to prepare the...

Puigdemont slams Rajoy 'repression' in last-minute letter as crisis deepens further

Barcelona crowd backs Jordi Cuixart and Jordi Sanchez as direct-rule deadline looms

A BRITISH mother and son spent a hellish 60 hours flying home from southern Spain after Monarch's collapse and the wave of Ryanair cancellations left them stranded.  Tom Payne, 24, treated mum Sharon Morris to...

Spain happens to be an excellent tourist destination and there are plenty of avenues for our tourist to spend time in this sunny Mediterranean country.

A DUTCHMAN has denied tricking a British woman he met in Spain into flying to Amsterdam for a ‘pull a pig’ joke. Sophie Stevenson claims she was left ‘humiliated’ after being stood up at Amsterdam...

Spanish PM says Madrid could adopt direct rule over Catalunya

CERVEZAS San Miguel has shocked Catalunya by announcing they have moved their headquarters from Barcelona to Malaga in response to the independence referendum. The company has had a brewery in Malaga in 1966 - but...

Carles Puigdemont set to pull back from independence push in key speech this week

EU and Spanish officials pick former prime minister as possible mediator

Finance flight worries as CaixaBank and Sabadell see shares plummet

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