19th May 2022

Protests in Catalonia

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Catalan president denies any link to activists held on terrorism charges

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Catalan president Quim Torra has denied ‘any link’ with detained activists held on terrorism charges and who have implicated him in testimonies regarding a plan
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Felipe VI visit to Barcelona sparks major protests

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A visit from Spanish King Felipe VI to Barcelona on Monday for an awards ceremony has sparked major protests, and which began noisily on Sunday
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Pedro Sánchez greeted by ‘Sit and Talk’ protestors in Catalonia

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Pedro Sánchez was greeted by Catalan pro-independence protestors when he visited Catalonia on Wednesday for a Socialist party (PSOE) pre-election campaign event held in Viladecans,
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‘October 14 Generation’ start indefinite protest in Barcelona

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Around 40 tents were pitched in Barcelona’s Plaça de la Universitat square on Wednesday night, as over 200 students calling themselves the ‘October 14 Generation’ began
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Backlash over minister’s comments comparing violence in Catalonia with Basque Country

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Fernando Grande-Marlaska, Spain’s acting interior minister, has clarified statements on Monday that he made in an interview with a newspaper that suggested he had compared the
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One weekend, two opposite protests

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This weekend in Barcelona will see two separate protests that define the conflict between those who want an independent Catalonia, or at least the chance
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‘Without journalism, there is no democracy’ protest in Barcelona

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At least 65 journalists have been injured whilst covering protests against the verdict and sentence of the Catalan Trial so far, with statistics showing that roughly