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Catalan independence

21 Apr 2022
A new report suggests that the Spanish government used the controversial Pegasus software to monitor the phones of dozens of Catalan independence figures.
3 Feb 2019
The shattered dream of Catalan independence.
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.

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