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Spanish opposition parties threaten Mariano Rajoy with a no-confidence vote.
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The former treasurer of Spain's ruling People's Party, Luis Barcenas, has been jailed for his part in a corruption case that has also ensnared dozens of other high-ranking party members.
Catalan crisis hits Western Balkans summit
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Spain: more woe for Rajoy as Madrid head quits over shoplifting video
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Spanish court detains leading Catalan separatists on rebellion charges
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Puigdemont's 100 days of attitude
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Mariano Rajoy: new Catalan parliament will convene in new year
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The Loony Tunes police boat is leaving Catalonia
It became an internet meme, but now the cartoon-decorated boat that housed Spanish police in Barcelona is finally leaving.
Rajoy sets foot in Catalonia to launch PP election campaign
Spanish Prime Minister calls for huge turnout so "silent majority" can "restore freedom and democracy".
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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.
Catalan leader urges calm opposition
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