15th September 2019

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Barcelona mayor visits jailed Catalan leaders

SiE Newsdesk / ACN / Catalan News
Barcelona mayor Ada Colau visited jailed pro-independence Catalan leaders in the Lledoners prison on Friday. This is not the first time Colau has gone to
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Jailed leaders to defend ‘legitimacy’ of referendum

SiE Newsdesk / Agencies
The Catalan political leaders in jail are ready to defend the ‘legitimacy’ of the 1 October 2017 independence referendum and will not hide the fact
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Supreme Court holds first hearing for Catalan leaders

SiE Newsdesk / AFP / Agencies
Spain’s Supreme Court held a preliminary hearing on Tuesday ahead of the start of a high-profile trial of 18 Catalan pro-independence leaders over their role
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Two jailed Catalan leaders to go on hunger strike

SiE Newsdesk / Agencies
Two of the Catalan pro-independence leaders in pre-trial detention have begun a hunger strike to protest against the hearings due to start in early 2019. Jordi
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Spain’s chosen judiciary head backs out

SiE Newsdesk / ACN / Catalan News
Manuel Marchena, the judge chosen to preside over the Spanish judiciary following an agreement between the ruling Socialists (PSOE) and People’s Party (PP), has decided
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Prosecutors: ‘rebellion’, up to 25 years jail

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Spain’s Public Prosecutor called Friday for Catalan independence leaders to be jailed for up to 25 years on charges of rebellion or misuse of public
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Jailed Catalan politician can attend mother’s operation

Catalan News ACN
The Catalan labour minister Dolors Bassa, in pre-trial jail since 23 March, will be able to attend her mother’s imminent operation on Saturday. The Spanish