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WATCH: Wall of police fires on protestors as rocks and rubber bullets fly in Barcelona

THIS is the moment a wall of riot police fired on violent protestors as rocks, glass bottles and rubber bullets fought for command over...

AC/DC Sevilla concert promoter fined after lead singer swapped at last minute

Cataluna-based Live Nation was stung with the hefty penalty after it refused to refund disappointed fans attending the rockers’ gig at Sevilla’s Estadio Olímpico on May 10 last year

Spanish parliament rejects Catalunya’s bid for independence

Members of parliament voted overwhelmingly against the region's bid to hold a referendum

Shocking stats reveal 184 Spaniards a day lost their homes in 2013

Latest figures reveal the true extent of the eviction epidemic in Spain

Mercedes has six €75,000 cars impounded after Cataluna press trip blunder

A party of 20 American journalists were found to be driving illegally in the region

Shakira and Pique…doing their business!

Traditional Christmas decorations in Cataluna use figurines to depict the rich and famous

Far-right supporters honour Franco following disappointing election result for Catalan independence

Spanish government the only real winner in Catalan elections while Fascism rears its ugly head in Madrid

Cataluna would become EU’s 12th richest ‘country’

Catalan president Artur Mas makes claim amid continued push for independence

Spanish PM holds talks with Italian counterpart over bailout

Irish and Greek leaders also in Rome to discuss the financial crisis

King Juan Carlos: Spain must stick together through hard times

As Cataluna pushes for autonomy, the King calls for a unified Spain

Spain’s state TV criticised over pro-independence coverage

RTVE only showed the huge gathering in Barcelona 20 minutes into its 9pm bulletin

Spain increases motorway tolls

And on September 1 costs will rise yet again

Father and daughter die in Cataluna fires

They attempted to escape the flames by jumping into the sea from a cliff but died from the fall

The geography and politics of Spain

Whilst the history of Spain is long and complicated, the geography and political set-up are fairly straightforward. Paul Whitelock takes a look.

Wood you believe it?!

Catalan prisoners now using “wasted energy” to clear up storm-ravaged forests

Catalan snowmaggedon

Snow in northern Spain has wreaked havoc on transport services




Spain’s Congress takes historic step to allow use of other languages in parliamentary debates

SPAIN’S lower house of parliament, the Congress of Deputies, took an historic step this week by allowing for the use of three extra languages...


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