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Spain PM Mariano Rajoy calls on companies not to leave Catalonia

By: AFP | Barcelona | Published:November 12, 2017 10:20 Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (Reuters/File) Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy today urged businesses not to abandon Catalonia after hundreds of firms moved their legal headquarters away as ...

Spain PM Rajoy calls on companies not to leave Catalonia

'We have to recover the sensible, practical, enterprising and dynamic Catalonia,' says Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy BARCELONA, Spain – Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Sunday, November 12, urged businesses not to abandon Catalonia after hundreds of firms moved t...

'Freedom for the Political Prisoners': Hundreds of Thousands March in Barcelona

An estimated 750,000 people marched in Barcelona on Saturday to demand that the Spanish government release Catalan separatist leaders who are being held in prison for their roles in the region's recent independence referendum. "Wearing yellow ribbons on their lapels to signify s...

Rajoy urges businesses not to abandon Catalonia

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has urged businesses not to abandon Catalonia after hundreds of firms moved their legal headquarters away as uncertainty over the region's independence drive drags on. On his first visit to Catalonia since his government took direct control o...

Spain PM Rajoy Calls On Companies Not To Leave Catalonia •

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Sunday urged businesses not to abandon Catalonia after hundreds of firms moved their legal headquarters away as uncertainty over the region’s independenc...

'Political prisoners': More than 750,000 march for release of Catalan leaders

Several people hold mock cell gates reading 'I am one of them too' and the names of former Catalonian regional ministers (AAP) Hundreds of thousands of Catalan independence supporters clogged on...

Protesters flood Barcelona demanding release of separatist leaders

You need Javascript and either Adobe Flash or Html5 to view this video. Hundreds of thousands of Catalan independence supporters clogged one of Barcelona's main avenues on Saturday to demand the...

The Latest: Pro-secession Catalans hold evening protests

MADRID — The Latest on the Spain-Catalonia political crisis (all times local): A second round of street demonstrations in a day in Catalonia is protesting the jailing of members of the ousted ...

Putin encourages independence movement via envoy to Catalonia

A politician from South Ossetia known for his political affinities with Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Barcelona this week, with the goal of establishing ties between Kremlin circles an...

Spain moves to dissolve Catalan government

BARCELONA, Spain — The Spanish government moved decisively Saturday to use a previously untapped constitutional power so it can take control of Catalonia and derail the independence movement l...

Catalonia to declare independence from Spain

Spain's King Felipe VI on Tuesday accused Catalan secessionist leaders of shattering democratic principles and dividing Catalan society, as thousands took to the streets to protest against a viol...

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