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Trying to avoid being manipulated while being accused of manipulation, covering the Catalan debate is complicated.
The semi-autonomous region has declared independence, in direct defiance of the government in Madrid which is preparing to impose direct rule over the region
Puigdemont tells Catalans the future is "in our and your hands" after parliament votes for independence.
Spanish government is set to impose direct rule over Catalonia as crisis spirals
Catalan independence and direct control of Catalonia by Madrid – the dueling actions have set up a potential showdown. Euronews spoke to Alvaro
Catalonia’s independence referendum on October 1 has plunged Spain into its biggest political crisis for a generation.
The north-east region’s
Spain's parliament has given the green light for Madrid to take over the region after the Catalan parliament declared independence.
The rebel region's parliament may choose to unilaterally declare a split from Spain
Spain's Deputy Prime Minister, Soraya Saenz de Santamaria, urges Catalan leader to give dialogue a chance before the Spanish Senate approves Catalonia's take-over
The head of the European Commission has dismissed claims from Catalan separtists that they are being oppressed by the Spanish government.
Reports now claim leader Carles Puigdemont is not going to Madrid for last-ditch talks
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says imposing direct rule on Catalonia is the 'only response' to its push for independence.
Carles Puidgemont is being urged to hold a regional election in a bid to thwart Madrid's planned power grip
Catalan President Carles Puidgemont may appear before the Spanish Senate to argue case for Catalonia independence
The Catalonian Parliament will meet later this week to consider its response to the Spanish government's decision to claw back the region's autonomy.
The new measures are the latest move by Madrid aimed at thwarting efforts by Catalonia to break away
Anxiety rises in Catalonia as Spain's political crisis deepens
Pro-independence regional government chief Carles Puigdemont says Catalonia won't accept Madrid's moves to impose direct rule
The speech followed the Spanish prime minister's announcement that he will sack the region's government and call elections
The Spanish prime minister also said he would curb the powers of Catalonia's parliament