17th October 2019

Catalan Trial

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Barcelona in turmoil again, Torra is criticised, and Spain to deploy more police

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Spain’s acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez has stressed that his government ‘will not accept violence taking over’ Catalonia as the streets of Barcelona entered a
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Protestors and police clash in Barcelona and other major towns

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Protests have continued on Tuesday night in the centre of Barcelona between Catalan pro-independence supporters and police officers, as well as in other major towns across Catalonia.
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Brussels asks Spain to translate third arrest warrant for Puigdemont

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The prosecutor in Brussels has asked the Spanish authorities to provide a translation of the European arrest warrant issued on Monday for the detention of former Catalan
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Protestor at Barcelona airport loses eye from rubber bullet

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A man has lost an eye after being injured during Monday’s clashes between police and pro-independence protestors at Barcelona El Prat airport. Doctors believe the
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Defence lawyers on verdict: ‘This has been a political trial’

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Several of the defence lawyers for the Catalan political leaders and activists convicted on Monday morning in the Catalan trial have expressed their reactions to
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Nicola Sturgeon on trial verdict: ‘political system needs urgent change’

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Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister, described the conviction of the Catalan independence leaders as a  ‘dreadful outcome’, adding: ‘These politicians have been jailed for seeking
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Pedro Sánchez: court’s handling of trial ‘exemplary’

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Spain’s acting prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, said in press conference on Monday that ‘complying with the [Catalan Trial] verdict implies following the ruling completely,’ thereby