Catalan protesters demonstrate in front of EU parliament against exclusion of MEPs
Euronews published an article by Aleix Sarri under the punchy title “The Curious Case of Carles Puigdemont and the Suppression of Democracy”, containing a number of inaccuracies on the controversy surrounding the recent election of Carles Puigdemont and Toni Comín to the European Parliament.
Spain's Supreme Court blocked jailed Catalan leader Oriol Junqueras from leaving prison to collect credentials to join the EU parliament.
Twitter has announced that it has removed thousands of accounts in its latest purge of bad actors on the site and released information relating to state-backed content.
The high-profile trial — that has heard from more than 300 witnesses and rejected at least 50 — came to an end on Wednesday with the final statements of the defendants.
In Spain today, the trial of a group of Catalonian separatist leaders will end. The trial itself started in February, but the road into the court system for the activists started long before then.
Spanish MEPs elected last month are not being allowed full access into the parliament. They can only visit the building as guests since a political raw broke out between Catalan and other Spanish MEPs.
Charles Puigdemont declared independence from Catalonia and came to Belgium, where he was elected as an MEP. Now, he is being denied temporary EU accreditation. The decision was extended to all Spanish MEPs. Read more about why that was the resolution here.
The Spanish parliament's governing body on Friday suspended the lawmaker rights of the four jailed Catalan members of parliament while they face trial over the region's failed 2017 independence bid.
Five elected Catalan leaders were allowed out of prison for a few hours today, in order to be sworn in at the opening of the Spanish Parliament.
It’s unusual to carry out an interview from prison, but in the circumstances there was no choice. Catalan independence leader Oriol Junqueras answers Raw Questions, on Euronews.
Jailed Catalan leader Oriol Junqueras hinted that he would support Pedro Sanchez investiture in an interview with Euronews.
The lack of action at the European level regarding the members of the Catalan government and leaders of the civil society in pre-trial detention or exiled, generated disappointment.
Spain's electoral board has banned former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and two of his former advisers from running in the European elections.
Spain's Socialists are considering their next move after coming top in Sunday's parliamentary election, but failing to win an outright majority.
Locals in a Spanish town set alight and shot at a puppet made to resemble Carles Puigdemont, the ex-president of the Spanish region of Catalonia.
Many were mistreated in their earlier lives as circus performers, television actors and domestic pets.
As our road trip team arrives in Barcelona, they ask Catalans what they think of think of the independence movement.
As our road trip team reaches Barcelona, Catalan separatists clash with far-right protesters in a violent confrontation
England’s comeback thrashing of Montenegro, Cristiano Ronaldo’s injury or France’s dismissal of Iceland would have been most people’s headlines from Monday’s international football fixtures.
But there was one game you probably didn’t hear about.
Thousands of pro-Catalan independence supporters marched in Spain's capital over the trial of 12 separatist leaders who face prison sentences for their role in the failed independence bid.
"It is the moment to make another step to internationalise the self-determination right of Catalonia from Europe's heart to all the world," Puigdemont wrote on Twitter.
“Our rights are not negotiable” was the message on display at the European Parliament on Wednesday. A powerful message from a group of Parliament officials protesting a conference involving the far right Spanish political party VOX.
Riot police have clashed with pro-independence campaigners in Barcelona over the trial of a dozen Catalan separatists
Riot police have clashed with pro-independence campaigners in Barcelona over the continuing trial of a dozen Catalan separatist leaders
Pro-independence supporters took to the streets in Barcelona on Saturday evening to protest the ongoing trial of Catalan leaders, which started on Tuesday.