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01.03.2022

[VIDEO] Borrell uses the conflict in Ukraine to mock Puigdemont

"Thank God, Zelensky is not the kind of leader who escapes hidden in a car" said the European diplomat's top official

17.02.2022

[VIDEO] Speaker of the petition against Puigdemont makes Nazi salute at European Parliament

After a heated debate on sanctions against Hungary and Poland

16.02.2022

The Council for the Republic announces the creation of Catalonia's Free Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The new entity will have a network of representatives around the world

10.02.2022

The Economist degrades Spain to the category of flawed democracy

The Democracy Index lowers the Spanish state's rating due to judicial issues, corruption scandals and the Catalan conflict

03.02.2022

Flemish Parliament shows support for Catalan Parliament

They ask the European Commission to investigate the case of Pau Juvillà, an MP who is being stripped of his seat by the Spanish electoral authority

Archive picture by the Flemish Parliament
02.02.2022

Jordi Savall becomes an honorary member of the Royal Philharmonic Society

The Catalan viola player and conductor is distinguished for his "contribution in the recovery of musical treasures"

30.01.2022

FC Barcelona uses word game to announce signing of Adama Traoré

The player comes on loan from the Wolverhampton Wanderers with a non-obligatory purchase option of around 30 million euros included in the deal

25.01.2022

Spanish police inspector sentenced to one year in prison for ideological assault against Catalan journalist

He shouted "Long live Spain and long live Franco!" and then broke the photojournalist's nose

20.01.2022

Two Catalan films will compete in the Berlinale

The latest films by Carla Simón and Isaki Lacuesta are among the 18 selected for the Competition section

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13.01.2022

The connection between Spain's intel and the 2017 terrorist attacks reaches the EU institutions

Catalan and Basque MEPs address their colleagues and the Commission on the latest scandal of Spain's deep state

From left to right: Toni Comín, Carles Puigdemont, Diana Riba and Pernando Barrena