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Twelve people face charges over their roles in the secession attempt of 2017, and Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is scrambling to keep the issue from toppling his leadership.
Spain's right-wing opposition says the Socialist government is giving in to separatist pressure.
Two leaders of Catalonia's separatist movement who have spent the last year in prison started a hunger strike on Saturday to protest what they claim is the unfair treatment by …
Police in Barcelona have briefly clashed with Catalan separatists who are protesting a rally by Spain's national police forces in the Mediterranean city. Catalan regional police used batons to drive... …
Court says 18 ex-Catalan leaders, including nine who are jailed, should be tried over independence declaration last year
The Spanish government is facing calls from Catalan politicians and human rights groups to release jailed separatists, including two prominent pro-independence activists placed in pre-trial detention... a year ago. Amnesty …
A secession vote in Spain's Catalonia region that took place amid police violence one year ago not only posed a traumatic challenge to Spanish democracy, but nearly tore apart Barcelona …
Six of nine prominent Catalan separatist politicians jailed for promoting the region's drive to secede from Spain have been moved to prisons closer to their homes. Some observers see the …
The new Spanish government minister tasked with managing the Catalonia region's secession movement says constitutional reform would help end the country's worst political crisis in nearly four... decades. Meritxell Batet, …
Catalonia's most radical separatists have said they will allow candidate Quim Torra to be elected as the restive Spanish region's new leader on Monday. The far-left CUP party decided on …
Officials in Germany are refusing to let Spain give medals to German police officers who detained Catalan separatist Carles Puigdemont last month. Spain's National Police Corps reportedly wants to... award …
The Latest on the fallout from the Catalonia region's attempt to break away from Spain (all times local): 3:55 p.m. The lawyer for a former minister in Catalonia's government says …
Court rules he could be released on bail pending a decision on his extradition to Spain on Thursday.
Former Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont says in a jail interview with two German members of parliament that he is "not a criminal" and that the campaign for the Spanish region's... independence is based on democracy and nonviolence.
Catalonia's former separatist leader Carles Puigdemont can't expect an Easter feast in the north German jail he's currently in awaiting extradition proceedings. German news agency dpa reports that the... menu …
Transport authorities in the northeastern Spanish region said a main motorway remained blocked in Figueres, near the border with France. Protesters also caused disruptions in Barcelona.
The protesters are demanding the release of former Catalan leader who is detained in Germany
Former Catalan president, who lives in self-imposed exile in Belgium, had been visiting the country for talks with lawmakers Catalonia's former president Carles Puigdemont has foiled attempts by... Finnish police to arrest him under a European arrest warrant, after his lawyer confirmed on Saturday he had left the country.
Catalonia's parliament is to hold a debate and vote on Thursday on a new candidate for regional president, Jordi Turull, who risks being disqualified from holding office over his role in the region's... separatist drive. The post Catalonia Parliament to vote on ex-govt spokesperson Jordi Turull’s candidature as region’s president today appeared first on Firstpost.
Spain's Supreme Court has turned down a request from a jailed Catalan separatist leader to attend the northeastern region's parliament, where lawmakers are due to vote on whether to make …
Catalonia's parliament will vote next week on whether to elect a jailed separatist leader as the region's new president, as part of an ongoing effort to gain independence from Spain. …
Catalonia's former separatist leader, Carles Puigdemont, has withdrawn his candidacy for president of the Spanish region after months of political deadlock with Madrid.
Separatist parties in Catalonia's regional parliament are continuing to defy the Spanish government, insisting that fugitive Catalan ex-president Carles Puigdemont is their legitimate leader despite a... ruling by Spain's Constitutional …
Lawyers for three men present submissions to UN working group on arbitrary detention Lawyers in London, Barcelona and Paris acting for three detained Catalan independence leaders have appealed to the... United Nations claiming that the men are unlawfully imprisoned. Submissions have been presented to the UN working group on arbitrary detention, asking it to intervene in the cases of Oriol Junqueras, the former vice-president, Jordi Cuixart and Jordi S nchez.