Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Barcelona's Plaza España on Tuesday night, putting detergent in a water fountain. Their message to the authorities was to 'clean up the mess from Spain'.
Madrid was urged on Tuesday to open talks on self-determination for Catalonia after days of at-times violent protests over jail sentences for nine separatist leaders.
Pedro Sanchez rebuffed an offer by Quim Torra to meet.
Sheep replaced traffic on the streets of Madrid on Sunday (October 20) as shepherds steered their flocks through the heart of the Spanish capital following ancient migration routes.
Masked demonstrators clashed with police in central Barcelona on Friday as a fifth day of protests over the jailing of separatist leaders turned violent.
"Tsunami Democratic comes from the Catalan tradition of nonviolent resistance but, obviously, we have learned from other similar movements," the organizers of the protests at Barcelona airport told Euronews.
Catalan leader Quim Torra wants a new vote on Catalan independence.
Protesters clash with police in third day of Catalan pro-independence demonstrations
At least four people have been detained as Spanish riot police clash with Catalan separatist protesters in Barcelona for a second consecutive day on Tuesday.
Police clashed with Catalan independence supporters at Barcelona airport during protests Monday after 12 separatist leaders were sentenced for their part in a failed secession bid in 2017.
Police clashed with protesters late on Monday night in downtown Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court convicted 12 separatist leaders of illegally promoting the wealthy Catalonia region's independence and sentenced nine of them to prison.
A Catalan activist and political commentator has condemned the sentences handed out to pro-separatist as leaders as undemocratic.
Andres da Silva told Euronews' Good Morning Europe that the severity of the sentences was undemocratic and greatly worsened the situation.
More than a dozen people have been injured as protesters clashed with police across the Catalonia region on Monday after the Supreme Court sentencing of pro-independence leaders.
The Government of Spain and its main leaders have launched a campaign on social media under the hashtag #Everybodysland, at the same time that Spain's Supreme Court sentence -convicting nine Catalan separatist leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison- was made public.
"We call for an end to repression, for the release of the political prisoners, for the exiles to be free to return home, for an amnesty that should mark an endpoint for all of those who have suffered reprisals", said president Quim Torra.
The 12 defendants — including former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont currently in self-imposed exile — face up to 25 years in jail.
Barcelona is getting ready for the verdict from Spain's Supreme Court in the trial of the Catalan separatist leaders, nine of whom have been in pre-trial detention for close to two years.
A parachutist hit some technical difficulties during Spain's National Day parade on Saturday (October 12) after misjudging his landing, smashing into a lamp post and remaining suspended as hundreds at the parade looked on.
The University of Malaga partners with Ecosistema Urbano to design open, outside classrooms for students.
Madrid is to take steps to reduce its parakeet population after numbers soared in recent years
A war of flags has taken over Barcelona's balconies with both pro and anti-independence supporters using their outside spaces to make clear where they stand on Catalonia's secession debate.
Once rescued, the officers arrested their four rescuers and recovered a total of 80 packages containing hashish with an approximate weight of about 3,000 kgs, the Guardia Civil said in a statement.
Spain has summoned the US ambassador in Madrid to express its complete rejection of any new US tariffs on European Union goods.
Spain launches €300 million plan to combat the economic fallout of the collapse of Thomas Cook, acting Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said.
Spain’s acting prime minister warned demonstrators 'not to play with fire'.
The Committee on Legal Affairs of the European Parliament decided on 3 September to submit observations to the European Court of Justice on the case of the jailed MEP from Catalonia, Oriol Junqueras. [...] The importance of the Court’s decision cannot be underestimated.