Marcel Kolaja: "The main political groups are doing all they can to thwart a fact-finding mission to Spain"
An interview with Marcel Kolaja, a Czech MEP, a member of the Bureau of the European Parliament and the Pegasus Commission, on Catalangate’s impact in Brussels
Lluc Crusellas: "People should be able to tell what is a good cake and what is not"
World's Best Master Chocolatier shakes up sector with organic colors and new textures
Council of Europe states peaceful pursuit of independence is freedom of speech
Report warns against detaining politicians unless they advocate for or approve violence
Catalonia partially recovers its international tourism
Spending and overnight stays still below pre-pandemic figures as Asian markets were still closed in summer
Catalan president complains in Brussels of Spain ignoring Catalangate espionage affair
Meeting between Pere Aragonès and Didier Reynders is first meeting with an EU Commissioner since 2017 push for independence
Housing groups protest against real estate trade show in Barcelona
The District gathers speakers, exhibitors and investors like Blackstone, Brookfield, TPG and Stoneshield
Barça footballer Alexia Putellas becomes first woman to win Ballon d'Or twice
Catalan midfielder received the award on Monday night in Paris
Paul and Mark Engler: "It’s naive to think that no one will die in a non-violent struggle"
An interview with the Engler brothers, experts in social movements and authors of "This is an Uprising"
Barcelona Cable Landing Station ready for first submarine fiber optic cables
AFR-IX invests €10 million in infrastructure hoping to reach full capacity by 2027
Spain executes only 16% of allocated budget to Catalonia
Catalan government spokesperson complains about Madrid mistreatment after knowing figures of first 2022 semester