Majority of people in Catalonia don’t want independence, says Elcano Royal institute
Miguel Otero-Iglesias, senior analyst at Elcano Royal Institute, discusses Spain’s upcoming election and the key issues facing voters. H
Strength, precision and calls for independence at Catalonia's human tower competition
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.
'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
Catalan separatists nab shock narrow victory
Catalonia's separatist parties won a slim majority late Thursday in a vote Spain called to try to end a political crisis. That gamble looks to have backfired.
Catalonia's post-crisis election
Spain is bracing for Catalonia's election on Thursday following a campaign riddled with mutual suspicion and infighting.
Puigdemont miffed at lack of EU support
Catalonia's ousted leader Carles Puigdemont has sharply criticized the European Union for not supporting the region's bid for independence. He is in Brussels facing possible extradition back to Spain to face charges.
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.
French papers react to verdict in trial of Toulouse gunman's brother
French papers are also talking about Catalonia, a new tax for businesses, and a sperm shortage.