The Latest: Barcelona's water company moves HQ to Madrid - SFGate

SFGateThe Latest: Barcelona's water company moves HQ to MadridSFGateBARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The Latest on Spain's political crisis amid Catalonia's push for independence (all times local):. 3:20 p.m.. Spanish media say the company that provides water for Barcelona, Agbar, is the latest major company in Catalonia to ...and more »

Thousands Demand Spanish, Catalan Leaders to Negotiate - NBC 10 Philadelphia

NBC 10 PhiladelphiaThousands Demand Spanish, Catalan Leaders to NegotiateNBC 10 PhiladelphiaThings have escalated quickly in the Catalonia region of Spain as voters and police go head to head at the polls. (Published Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017). Thousands rallied in Madrid and Barcelona on Saturday in a last-ditch call for both Spanish and Catalan ...and more »

'Let's Talk' Rallies Across Spain Seek to Defuse Catalan Crisis - Bloomberg

Bloomberg'Let's Talk' Rallies Across Spain Seek to Defuse Catalan CrisisBloombergDemonstrators dressed in white gathered outside city halls in Barcelona, Madrid and across Spain on Saturday to demand that sparring sides in the country's constitutional crisis move back from the brink. “Let's talk” said the banners and flags at Sant ...and more »

Reuters: Spaniards take to streets as Catalonia independence tensions rise - Focus News

Reuters: Spaniards take to streets as Catalonia independence tensions riseFocus NewsMadrid/Barcelona. Tens of thousands of people gathered in Madrid and Barcelona on Saturday as Catalonia prepared to declare independence, many dressed in white and calling for talks to defuse Spain's worst political crisis for decades, Reuters reports.and more »

Spain protesters demand action over Catalonia crisis - Yahoo Singapore News

Yahoo Singapore NewsSpain protesters demand action over Catalonia crisisYahoo Singapore NewsThousands of demonstrators rallied across Madrid on Saturday calling for Spanish unity and demanding action to resolve a volatile political crisis over plans by Catalan separatists to declare independence. Madrid's central Colon Square was transformed ...and more »

Spaniards take to streets as Catalonia independence tensions rise - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaSpaniards take to streets as Catalonia independence tensions riseChannel NewsAsiaThousands of people gathered in Madrid and Barcelona on Saturday as Catalonia prepared to declare independence, many dressed in white and calling for talks to defuse Spain's worst political crisis for decades. People wave Spain´s flag at a pro-union ...and more »

Thousands of anti-independence protesters rally over Catalonia split - CTV News

CTV NewsThousands of anti-independence protesters rally over Catalonia splitCTV NewsBARCELONA, Spain -- A member of Catalonia's separatist-led government has called for a "cease-fire" with Spain to decrease tensions after a disputed referendum on independence by the prosperous region that has ignited a national crisis. Thousands of ...and more »

Catalonia referendum: Thousands rally for Spanish unity - BBC News

BBC NewsCatalonia referendum: Thousands rally for Spanish unityBBC NewsThousands of people calling for Spanish unity have attended rallies in the capital Madrid after Sunday's disputed referendum for Catalan independence. Other demonstrations - including in the Catalan city Barcelona - have also been held urging political ...and more »

Danish police find head, other body parts of Swedish journalist - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressDanish police find head, other body parts of Swedish journalistThe Indian ExpressThe body parts and clothing were found Friday in plastic bags with a knife and “heavy metal pieces” to make them sink near where Kim Wall's naked headless torso was found in August, said the danish police. 0. Shares. Share. By: AP | Copenhagen ...and more »

How Spain's Crisis over Catalonian Independence Plays Out on the Soccer Field - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comHow Spain's Crisis over Catalonian Independence Plays Out on the Soccer FieldNBCNews.comGeneral view of the empty Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona during the FC Barcelona vs Las Palmas La Liga match as the game is being played behind closed doors on Sunday. FC Barcelona's motto is "Mes que un club" — "more than a club." Albert Gea / ...and more »

Swedish journalist Kim Wall's head, legs found by divers - Fox News

Fox NewsSwedish journalist Kim Wall's head, legs found by diversFox NewsSwedish journalist Kim Wall is seen in a photo taken in Trelleborg, Sweden, Dec. 28, 2015. (Tom Wall via Associated Press). Police in Denmark said Saturday that divers have found the head, legs and clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who was killed ...and more »

French press review 7 October 2017 - RFI

French press review 7 October 2017RFIFrench press warns Catalan separatists and the Madrid government not to play with a lighter in the hay barn. The French commentators have their reading glasses on as they screen developments in Spain where Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed to ...and more »

Catalonia banks nervous as IMF warns of fallout - RFI

RFICatalonia banks nervous as IMF warns of falloutRFImedia A man walks past a Caixa bank branch in Barcelona, Spain October 6, 2017. REUTERS/Yves Herman. After Sabadell, Spain's third major bank CaixaBank announced plans to transfer its regional headquarters out of Catalonia seperatists leaders ...and more »

Spain's third largest bank to exit Catalonia over voting tensions - Business Standard

Business StandardSpain's third largest bank to exit Catalonia over voting tensionsBusiness StandardSpain's third largest bank will move its headquarters from Catalonia due to increased tensions post voting on an independence referendum. Caixa Bank took the decision to move out after an order from the government in Madrid made it easier for companies ...and more »

Catalan ministers 'outlaws' if they declare independence - Sky News

Sky NewsCatalan ministers 'outlaws' if they declare independenceSky NewsCatalan ministers will be "outlaws" if they defy courts and declare independence, the Spanish government has warned. Ildefonso Castro, secretary of state for foreign affairs, has insisted a violent police crackdown against Catalan voters was ...and more »

Firms plan Catalonia exits - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-GazetteFirms plan Catalonia exitsNorthwest Arkansas Democrat-GazetteParliamentary deputies argue with police who wouldn't let them get close when Catalan Police Chief Josep Lluis Trapero arrived for court Friday in Madrid, where he was released in a sedition case. BARCELONA, Spain -- As separatists in Catalonia ...and more »

Spain braces for more protests in Catalonia crisis - eNCA

eNCASpain braces for more protests in Catalonia crisiseNCAPro-union supporters walk past a home made appeal for help during a demonstration in a square in Sabadell, Calatonia. Photo: Reuters / Juan Medina. MADRID - Spain braced for more protests on Saturday despite tentative signs that the sides may be ...and more »

Spanish Police Protest, Demanding More Pay Amid Catalan Crisis - Bloomberg

BloombergSpanish Police Protest, Demanding More Pay Amid Catalan CrisisBloombergThousands of police officers protested outside government offices in Madrid to demand pay increases with the country immersed in a political crisis that has thrown security forces into the public spotlight. More than 3,000 police officers joined a ...and more »

Catalonia's isolation grows as largest bank heads for the exit - Luxemburger Wort - English Edition

Luxemburger Wort - English EditionCatalonia's isolation grows as largest bank heads for the exitLuxemburger Wort - English EditionTwo million Catalans backed independence out of 2.3 million votes cast, with just over 5 million people eligible to vote. Photo: LW Archives. Published on Saturday, 7 October, 2017 at 10:05. (Bloomberg) Catalonia's separatists looked increasingly ...and more »

'These are the critical hours': Catalan separatist leaders split over independence declaration - South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post'These are the critical hours': Catalan separatist leaders split over independence declarationSouth China Morning PostSplits have emerged among Catalan separatist leaders over their plans to unilaterally declare independence following a secession referendum deemed illegal by Madrid. Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont has threatened to declare independence “within ...and more »