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European Parliament to announce result of Puigdemont immunity vote
If MEPs strip the former leader of Catalonia of his special protection, he could be extradited to Spain and face trial.
Puigdemont vows to keep fighting after MEPs vote to lift his immunity
A European Parliament committee has voted to lift Carles Puigdemont's immunity. It will now go to a vote before all MEPs next month.
The troubled lives of Catalan presidents are an echo of Catalonia’s troubles within Spain ǀ View
The meeting of three Catalan presidents stripped of their offices or the right to hold office has become symbolic of how Catalan democracy is being treated by Madrid.
Catalan leader admits disobeying electoral rules in court hearing
A conviction for Torra would likely lead to widespread protests and fresh elections.
Catalan leader Quim Torra says there must be a new independence vote
Catalan leader Quim Torra wants a new vote on Catalan independence.
Spain's top court to rule on Catalan separatists' rebellion charges
The 12 defendants — including former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont currently in self-imposed exile — face up to 25 years in jail.
Catalan independentists mobilize in streets of Strasbourg
The demonstrators were protesting the fact that three of their elected MEPs were not allowed to go to work on Tuesday.
The Brief: Puigdemont refused EU accreditation, causing controversy
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.
We can't modernise the Constitution until we overcome Spain's problems
The Catalan independence movement is just one of the many obstacles facing a push to modernise the Spanish Constitution. In order to make sure it serves the needs of all Spaniards today, we have to solve our long-standing problems first.
Relatives of Catalan prisoners and exiles take human rights call to Br
Treatment of social and political leaders is denounced, as former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont awaits extradition decision
Catalan leaders meet in Brussels
Catalonia's former leader says he will stand for re-election as regional president, despite risking arrest if he returns to Spain.
The Brief from Brussels: Catalans protest against EU
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital. In this edition: Catalan separatists make
Catalan separatists protest in Brussels
Thousands of Catalan separatists descended into the streets of Brussels on Thursday in protest at the EU’s response to a disputed independence
Puigedemont extradition judgement date
Belgian courts have said that they will make a decision on whether to extradite the dismissed Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont on the 14th December
Catalan mayors take fight for independence to Brussels
Some 200 pro-independence mayors gather in Brussels, as ousted leader Puigdemont calls for a united front against Spain
The Brief from Brussels: EU mulls 'rule of law' checks for funds
The Brief from Brussels is a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital. In this edition: the EU’s top justice
"Catalonia is condemned to isolation"
Catalan independence and direct control of Catalonia by Madrid – the dueling actions have set up a potential showdown. Euronews spoke to Alvaro
The Brief from Brussels: EU's Juncker on Catalonia
The head of the European Commission has dismissed claims from Catalan separtists that they are being oppressed by the Spanish government. Speaking
Catalonia: 'No room' for EU mediation
EU makes position clear on Catalonia as tensions escalate
Catalonia threatens to overshadow EU summit
Spanish PM arrives in Brussels amid escalating tensions at home
Divisions behind Barcelona bid for EMA
Spain's crisis with Catalonia impacts on the bid to become the next base for the EU's pharmaceutical watchdog
Catalonia crisis: Five days that shook Spain
'Insiders' spent five days filming with leading Catalan separatists and Spanish unity grassroots movements.
The EU can't mediate in Spain if only one side asks for it, says Juncker
The EU Commission president said he doesn't want Catalonia to become independent
Catalan independence a no-go for Brussels
Throughout the Catalan crisis, Brussels has been firmly in Spain’s corner. That does not come as a surprise, given that the country is a EU member
Catalonia: Reactions from the European Parliament
At the European Parliament in Brussels, members were trying to make sense of what was emanating from Catalonia. Philippe Lamberts, from the Belgian
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EU on mediating in Catalonia crisis: no way!
In this edition of State of the Union: Following the referendum in Catalonia and the robust police force used by the Spanish authorities, the