'The security of passengers and crew our main priority,' say Costa Cruceros
Jubilant crowds gather in Barcelona as Mariano Rajoy appeals for calm
Upper House set to approve move to strip Catalunya of its powers
Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis denies 'coup' by Madrid
Pedro Sanchez and Mariano Rajoy unite as Madrid prepares to take direct rule
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
Soldiers made books from bandages in Catalunya’s Montserrat monastery in 1938
Human Rights Watch calls for investigation over police referendum 'excessive' force
Spanish PM says Madrid could adopt direct rule over Catalunya
Catalan leader seeks dialogue with Madrid but states region's right to be 'independent state'
Catalan leader urged not to split from Spain as fears grow over economy
Thousands march in pro-unity Barcelona demo as Catalan government hints at delay to independence declaration
Carles Puigdemont set to pull back from independence push in key speech this week
Rival pro-unity rallies held in Madrid and Palma de Mallorca
EU and Spanish officials pick former prime minister as possible mediator
Catalunya's second largest bank makes moves after shares dive
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont set to declare independence at Monday's session
Finance flight worries as CaixaBank and Sabadell see shares plummet
Josep Lluís Trapero could face 15 years in prison for defying orders to halt referendum
Monarch accuses Carles Puigdemont and independence groups of 'undermining society'
Union leaders call for general srike as Barcelona protesters voice anger at police
Euphoric crowds in Catalunya Square celebrated a conclusive victory in the referendum with preliminary results suggesting 90% of counted ballots favoured independence. The results were...
BARCELONA'S La Liga fixture against Las Palmas has gone ahead behind closed doors after political unrest in the Catalan city following today's referendum. Reports suggest...
AS the sun set on Joseph Maria Jujol, a school in the North of Barcelona, Isabel Safont was going nowhere. Neither were her pupils. Joseph...
A SPOKESPERSON for the Catalan regional government has stated that at least 337 people have been injured so far in clashes with police as...
The Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Catalunya (TSJC) have vowed that due to the inactivity of the Catalonian Police - the Mossos d'Esquadra - during...