Fourteen people are injured and six are arrested ahead of the anniversary of the Catalan region's secession referendum.
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Hours after Pedro Sanchez takes the oath of office, one of the most critical issues facing his fragile government is pressed upon him: ending the Catalonia secession crisis.
The Catalan secession movement in the wealthy region has plunged Spain into its deepest institutional crisis in decades.
The fugitive ex-president of the Spanish region of Catalonia is seized by German police on an international warrant as he tries to enter the country from Denmark.
The decision came after Spain’s top court ruled that Carles Puigdemont could be re-elected only if he was physically present in the parliament in Barcelona—where he could face arrest.
Longtime residents are being pushed out of apartments to make way for tourists in the U.S. and Europe.
Josep Borrell says his nation's move is the only thing averting an economic crisis in the northeastern region of the country.
Catalonia's Parliament voted for independence Friday morning, prompting widespread celebration in the region and immediate rebuke from the Spanish government.
Catalonia's lawmakers are scheduled to meet Thursday to debate Spain's plan to take direct control of the autonomous northeastern region.