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Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has made his first visit to Barcelona since imposing direct rule on Catalonia a fortnight ago.
Up to three quarters of a million people rallied in Barcelona on Saturday night
Independence parties make a show of strength in Barcelona but no political Catalan unity ahead of vote.
The Spanish championship leader is 21 points clear at the top of table and will have to finish inside the top 12 to secure victory.
Freedom comes at a cost for ousted Catalan Parliament Speaker, Carme Forcadell.
Accused of rebellion, Carme Forcadell posted 150,000 euros bail to secure her freedom.
Speaker of the Catalonian Parliament, Carme Forcadell, was bailed by the Spanish Supreme Court after a marathon hearing. Carlos Marlasca reports on the reactions, for Euronews.
Carme Forcadell and five lawmakers have appeared before judges in Madrid.
Hundreds of Catalan pro-independence students say they are sick of being ignored by the Spainish government
The strike was called by the two main civic groups who support independence, with demands that their leaders be freed from prison
As pro-independence supporters held a general strike across Catalonia, there is political tension in Belgium over the self-imposed exile there of Carles Puigdemont
A strike called across Catalonia by pro-independence activists to protest the jailing of sacked regional politicians shut down roads causing huge tailbacks into Barcelona while some public transport ran minimum services.
The colours of the shirt have upset Spanish “right wing” nationalists.
Our colleagues here at euronews are well-trained to pronounce foreign names but this isn’t an easy name to pronounce.
The Catalan European Democratic party reselects its jailed leader and promises its supporters a "landslide" in December.
The exiled Catalan leader is the subject of a European arrest warrant issued by Spain
Brussels says the ousted Catalan leader may be detained soon for questioning
Belgian prosecutor says it may give warrant to investigative judge Saturday or Sunday
Some surveys suggest that more than half of people in Spain are in favour of a mutually agreed referendum.
As Carles Puigdemont faces a legal battle what has happened to the rest of the Catalan government?
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