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31-Aug-17 TV News: 'A CIA warning to the Mossos?'

31-Aug-17 TV News: 'A CIA warning to the Mossos?'

One of Catalonia's biggest newspapers published this morning in its front-page an alleged warning attack by the CIA to the Catalan police, the Mossos d'Esquadra. Catalan authorities denied the US involvement, but the story has caused huge turmoil. 'Catalan News' will also travel to Stockholm, to...

30-Aug-17 TV News: 'Catalan delegation opens in Denmark'

30-Aug-17 TV News: 'Catalan delegation opens in Denmark'

Catalonia wants to strengthen its links with the Nordic countries and today the government has opened a new delegation in Copenhagen, Denmark. We'll explain how Catalonia has increased its presence abroad since opening its first international office, back in 1986, in Brussels, and give you the...

29-Aug-17 TV News: 'The transition law'

29-Aug-17 TV News: 'The transition law'

It was, for months, one of the most well kept secrets of Catalonia's independence plans: what would happen after an eventual Yes vote in the October 1 referendum. This week pro-independence lawmakers presented their plans, setting themselves in course for a full collision with Spain.

What you need to know on the Catalan transitional law

What you need to know on the Catalan transitional law

The plan for D-Day+1 in Catalonia is now public. The government is determined to hold a referendum on October 1, and pro-independence lawmakers announced on Monday what will happen the day after should the Yes vote prevail. Together for Yes (JxSí) and CUP members...

Clash between Catalan and Spanish police goes on

Clash between Catalan and Spanish police goes on

It’s been 11 days since the terror attacks that hit Barcelona and Cambrils, with the death toll rising to 16 after a German woman who had been critically injured died in the hospital on Sunday. Meanwhile, the controversy continues between the...

Barcelona is not afraid

Barcelona is not afraid

Half a million people took part in a huge anti-terror demonstration in Barcelona on Saturday. After the terrorist attacks that killed 15 people last week, citizens took to the streets under the motto 'No Tinc Por' ('I'm Not Afraid'), a phrase that was...

Some controversies surround the attacks and Saturday demo

Some controversies surround the attacks and Saturday demo

The king of Spain, Felipe VI, has finally decided to attend the demonstration to be held on Saturday in Barcelona. The possible presence of the monarch at the antiterrorism march has generated controversy during the past few days. Some far-left Catalan parties such as the CUP criticized...

'No tinc por:' Barcelona takes to the streets against terror

'No tinc por:' Barcelona takes to the streets against terror

Barcelona will defy terror with a huge demonstration to condemn the attacks that killed 15 people last Thursday. The demonstration will begin at the Jardinets de Gràcia at 6pm, and move down Passeig de Gràcia to Plaça de Catalunya, near la...

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