8th December 2019

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Puigdemont, Comín and Puig extradition hearings set for 16 December

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Extradition hearings for the former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, together with two of his former ministers, Toni Comín and Lluís Puig, will be held together in Belgium on Monday
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EU Commission answers questions regarding Josep Borrell tweet

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The European Commission had to respond to questions on Friday regarding its next High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the current acting Spanish Foreign
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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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‘No chance’ to extradite Puigdemont on ‘fabricated’ terrorism case, says lawyer

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With the arrest of Catalan pro-independence activists for plotting acts of violence, the Belgian lawyer of former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont has warned that if Spain tries
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Carles Puigdemont’s sister denies ‘go-between’ claims

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Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalan president, has suggested that the Spanish Judiciary is trying to embroil him in terrorism allegations in order to persuade Belgium
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Felipe VI: ‘democracy not above respecting the law’

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Spain’s King Felipe VI has said democracy is not above respecting the law, in unusually outspoken comments widely interpreted as refuting claims by Catalan independence leaders
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Trial focus: Manuel Marchena on a ‘prestige’ tightrope

Diego Urdaneta / AFP
At the helm of the hugely divisive trial of Catalan independence leaders, Supreme Court judge Manuel Marchena is performing a difficult balancing act, alternating firmness
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Catalan Trial: Day 2 summary

SiE Newsdesk / Agencies
On the second day of the Catalan trial, a Spanish public prosecutor today accused Catalan independence leaders of trying to use ‘human shields’ to block
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Catalan trial starts: the accused, charges, accusers

SiE Newsdesk / Agencies
The trial against Catalan independence leaders, which is set to have a major political impact on Spain, has started today, Tuesday 12 February. Twelve people
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Spain’s image campaign to counteract ‘baseless attacks’

SiE Newsdesk / AFP / Agencies
The trial starting of 12 Catalan leaders over their role in Catalonia’s failed independence bid will be fought between Madrid and pro-independence supporters in the