'Goodbye Rajoy!' Catalan papers rejoice in Spanish PM's ouster
Papers in Catalonia happily bid farewell to Mariano Rajoy in the Basque language - a nod to the Basque party that tipped the scales in favour of the prime minister's ouster.
'Euphoria in Israel with a taste of Palestinian blood'
We look at reactions from around the world after a day of violence in Gaza. Also, the restive Spanish region of Catalonia has a new president but is he just a puppet for the exiled Carles Puigdemont
Catalonia begins voting in pivotal election
Polls open in regional elections in Catalonia after Madrid sacked the former leaders for holding an independence referendum.
Catalonia's post-crisis election
Spain is bracing for Catalonia's election on Thursday following a campaign riddled with mutual suspicion and infighting.
Sacked Catalonia leader turns self in to Belgian police
Sacked Catalonia leader Carles Puigdemont and four associates turned themselves in to Belgian police on Sunday, following Spain’s issuing of an arrest warrant.
Political crisis hits tourism in Catalonia
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.
Spain sacks Catalan government after independence vote
The Madrid government sacks Catalonia’s president and dismisses its parliament, hours after the region declared itself an independent nation in Spain’s gravest political crisis since the return of democracy four decades ago.
Spanish parliament approves direct rule over Catalonia
After a declaration of independence in Barcelona, Spain's national government triggers article 155 of the constitution approving direct rule over Catalonia.