Catalan leaders demand truth about Barcelona attacks
Catalan authorities requested that the Spanish intelligence services reveal the nature of their relationship with imam Abdelbaki Es Satty, the mastermind of the 2017 Barcelona terror attacks.
20 Feb 2018
Thou shall not photoshop Jesus -- Spanish court rules
A man was found guilty of committing an offense against religion, after he uploaded a photoshopped picture of Jesus to a social network. In the image he replaced Jesus's face with his own.
12 Feb 2018
Catalan crisis fuels shift towards a more centralized state
Recent data collected by the prestigious think-tank "El Cano" shows that the percentage of Spaniards who favour a more centralized government has gone up by 10% in the past two years and now stands at 36%.
9 Feb 2018
The star of Spanish unionism will boycott the women’s march
Ines Arrimadas, the leader of the Spanish center-right party, has declared that she will not support the International Women's Day strike scheduled for March 8, because it opposes capitalism.
6 Feb 2018
How Belgium imported the Catalan crisis
The sudden appearance of ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont in Brussels cleaves Belgian politics. He didn't seek political asylum (yet), but nobody knows what else he could seek in Belgium.
31 Oct 2017
Crushing the Catalan Dream
Catalan voters and their children will undoubtedly have bitterer memories of today, even in decades from now.
2 Oct 2017