Demonstrators embrace tactics pro-democracy activists have utilized; umbrellas, airport occupation and high-tech coordination BARCELONA—Activists here in Spain’s Catalan region have watched and learned
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez faced boos and angry protests during a visit to Barcelona on Monday following a week of Catalan unrest over lengthy prison sentences handed to pro-independence leaders.
In Barcelona, graffiti reads: 'You have shown us that being peaceful is useless.' All last week, Barcelona went to sleep to the sound of police helicopters hovering overhead, as smoke rose in columns burning
Pedro Sánchez denounced “radical and violent” pro-independence protesters during a visit to Barcelona on Monday, as politicians from both right and left urged the Spanish prime minister to do more to to
Carles Puigdemont i Casamajó is the former President of the Government of Catalonia Francesc Pujols, one of the last century’s most renowned Catalan philosophers, said that “Catalan thought will always
The remains of Francisco Franco will finally be exhumed from the Valley of the Fallen and reinterred with those of his widow in the family mausoleum near Madrid on Thursday, the Spanish government has
Catalonia’s president, Quim Torra, has called for talks with the Spanish government. Speaking on Saturday morning, Torra again condemned the violence of recent days, adding: “Violence has never been our
Violent clashes between radical pro-independence groups and the police have overshadowed the peaceful march of tens of thousands of Catalans protesting against the long prison sentences over the independence
BARCELONA, Spain — The conflict with the restive northeastern region of Catalonia has entered a “new phase” with the sentencing of its former separatist leaders to prison this week, said Spain’s caretaker
The famous Sagrada Familia basilica in the Catalan city of Barcelona in Spain that attracts thousands of visitors a day has been forced to close its doors amid the paralyzing pro-independence protests
Barcelona suffered its fourth and worst night of violence on Thursday as pro-independence supporters clashed with police and right-wing groups in running battles well into the small hours of Friday morning.
The president of Catalonia, Quim Torra, has blamed violent protests on “infiltrators” out to tarnish the image of the Catalan independence movement. During a televised appeal for calm, Mr Torra for the