Spain: Will a snap election spell the end for Pedro Sanchez?
The failure to pass a budget vote appears to be the last nail in the coffin of the prime minister's term, marked by bitter confrontation with right-wing parties and Catalan separatists. Santiago Saez reports from Madrid.
Spain PM faces protests after concessions to Catalan separatists
Pedro Sanchez is facing criticism from all sides after he agreed to Catalan separatists' demands. Opposition parties have accused him of giving into "blackmail" in order to win budget votes and called for protests.
Catalan ex-leader to face German court amid mounting protests
Former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont is awaiting to hear his fate at a courth in Germany following a European arrest warrant issued by Spain for his role in the declaration of independence.
Spanish PM calls for Catalan parliament to be formed on Jan. 17
Spain's prime minister says that the new Catalan parliament should hold its maiden session on Jan. 17, the first step in reinstating local government after Madrid fired the old regional administration for illegally declaring independence.
Spain seeks arrest of Catalan leader; Terror in Manhattan
Our panel of journalists discuss the FBI investigation looking into possible collusion between Moscow and the Trump presidential campaign
'We regret not coming out sooner': Pro-unity Catalans demonstrate en masse
The French papers react to Sunday's mass demonstration by pro-unity Catalan protesters in Barcelona.
Catalan leader: Spanish government has shunned mediation efforts
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont tells local media that Madrid has refused to discuss independence with the region.
Tens of thousands demonstrate for a united Spain
Tens of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of Barcelona on Sunday asking for Spain to remain united, while Spain's Prime Minister says Catalan's declaration will have no effect.