Wednesday, 13 December, 2017

Tag: Catalan

DOZENS of Catalan protesters took to 10 Downing Street during a UK visit from Mariano Rajoy yesterday. The protest, organised by the Catalan Defence Committee, demanded the release of the Catalan referendum leaders who remain in...

The six must post bail of €100,000 while Mr Puigdemont's deputy Oriol Junqueras and Catalan ex-Interior Minister Joaquim Forn must stay in jail.

Catalunya's second largest bank makes moves after shares dive

Monarch accuses Carles Puigdemont and independence groups of 'undermining society'

The 51-year-old victim was crushed by a metal structure during a training session in the Catalan port city. Two other team members, aged 50 and 52, were treated in hospital for their injuries.

Bizarre effigies of celebrities pooing are one of the best-selling items on the caganer website

Spanish schoolchildren could be taught Basque, Catalan and Gallego

The debt owed by the Generalitat for outstanding medical supplies is now more than €330 million

Record Catalan voter turnout cannot be seen as a frontrunner for the independence movement

Artur Mas’ dirty laundry has well and truly been hung out to dry

Guardiola announces his run as an assist to the Cataluyna independence movement

Days before winning his first La Liga title with the Catalan giants, Suarez took time out to surprise an adoring fan

It has been confirmed that 49 people on the plane were Spanish

It's the first of the architect's projects outside Spain

Catalan President Artur Mas schedules regional elections for September 27

Charges include perverting the course of justice and misuse of public funds

Mas accused of 'disobedience and dishonesty' after Sunday's vote

Spain has sent armoured vehicles to deal with the potential backlash

Thousands of 'builders' and spectators flocked to the traditional festival this weekend

Teresa Forcades has launched her own political party

A herd of 17 goats parade along the train line at Terrassa train station

The actions of the money-laundering ex-President stand to weaken the Catalan independence movement.

And women are leading the charge

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says Catalan independence referendum cannot take place




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