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The EU has tied its own hands. It cannot intervene in Catalonia - The Guardian

Brussels has to adhere to its own rulebook even if it looks feeble. It has no mechanism for secession disputes. Tue 3 Oct 2017 14.53 EDT Last modified on Mon 27 Nov 2017 11.00 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email ...and more »

Catalan referendum: Anti-police strike hits public services - BBC News

Thousands of people in Catalonia are rallying and blocking roads in protest over Spanish police violence during Sunday's independence referendum. There is little public transport across the region, after local trade unions called a strike. Spain's King ...and more »

King Felipe: Catalonia's authorities have 'scorned' all Spaniards with referendum - The Guardian

Spanish monarch uses strongly worded television address to chastise Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, for attempting to break the 'unity of Spain'. Sam Jones in Barcelona. @swajones. Wed 4 Oct 2017 02.14 EDT First published on Tue 3 Oct 2017 ...and more »

Catalan crisis: More populism than separatism? - BBC News

Emotions are running high in Catalonia today. Of course they are. "The Spanish government is like an abusive husband," one activist raged at me today. "He says he loves you, that he can't live without you. Then, he beats you to stop you from leaving.".and more »

Here's what would happen if Catalonia won independence - Business Insider

MADRID (AP) — The northeastern region of Catalonia, one of Spain's autonomous regions, is threatening to declare its independence from Spain following a disputed referendum that, it says, gave it a mandate to break away. catalonia spain barcelona ...and more »

Catalonia's Independence Vote and the Resistance to Centralism - National Review

If “No taxation without representation” was the motto of the American Revolution, “Madrid nos roba” is the motto of Catalonia's independence movement. The saying, which translates to “Madrid robs us,” summarizes the view of many in the northeastern ...and more »

Catalonia referendum: 90% voted for independence, say officials – as it happened - The Guardian

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Catalonia Referendum: Police Accused Of Excessive Force, Injure 760 Protestors - The Inquisitr

Hundreds of people have been injured in clashes between Spain's Guardia Civil police force and protestors as residents of Catalonia seek to vote in the region's independence referendum. Amid a flurry of claim and counter-claim, Barcelona's mayor has ...and more »

5 Best VPNs Spain - Fast & Secure Spanish VPNs for 2018 - BestVPN.com

Spain is a European country that is known to censor it's internet. Additionally, the Spanish government also practices some strict anti-piracy policies. Therefore, whether you're visiting, or live in Spain, you'll definite. Non-legal torrenting ...and more »

Chaos in Catalonia - New York Times

The brutality of the Spanish police on Sunday in their mission to shut down the Catalan secession referendum succeeded mostly in deepening a political crisis. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy had the law largely on his side, but Barcelona now has the ...and more »