Messi on the move? The Barcelona fans view
01 September 2020 | 12:06 pm
The latest views from Catalonia on the Lionel Messi saga.
4 Nov 2017
Tourist guides and restaurant owners in Catalonia are feeling the effects of the region’s political crisis. While there are no official figures available yet, the word on the street is that Spain’s political crisis has hit tourism hard.
5 Nov 2017
Sacked Catalonia leader Carles Puigdemont and four associates turned themselves in to Belgian police on Sunday, following Spain’s issuing of an arrest warrant.
20 Dec 2017
Spain is bracing for Catalonia's election on Thursday following a campaign riddled with mutual suspicion and infighting.
22 Dec 2017
Polls open in regional elections in Catalonia after Madrid sacked the former leaders for holding an independence referendum.
8 Oct 2018
Forty-two teams of 'castellers' gathered on Sunday (October 7) in Spain's northeastern city of Tarragona in Catalonia to compete in the city's human tower building competition amid calls for Catalan independence by participants and spectators.
27 Apr 2019
Miguel Otero-Iglesias, senior analyst at Elcano Royal Institute, discusses Spain’s upcoming election and the key issues facing voters. H
29 Apr 2019
Lionel Messi won the 10th La Liga title of his glittering career on Saturday as Barcelona beat Levante.
3 Dec 2019
"It is a joy to have six Ballon d'Or and to be the only one", Argentina striker Lionel Messi says after winning a Ballon d'Or for sixth time.
4 Dec 2019
Babatunde Ojora speaks on Lionel Messi's 6th Ballon Dór Award
7 Dec 2019
12 Jul 2020
All access to the Catalan region of Lleida has been closed again after a surge in COVID-19 clusters. Most of the new outbreaks are linked to the chaotic situation of 30,000 foreign day laborers.
2 Aug 2020
Holidaymakers returning from Catalonia, home to Barcelona, will have to present a negative coronavirus test or go into quarantine upon arriving in Germany. It's one of three Spanish regions newly designated high risk.
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