17 April 2021
ERC and PSC were the big winners in the local elections, with Esquerra consolidating its position in the independence camp and the Socialists overcoming objections to the political prisoners
With ERC winning a record 22 seats in the Spanish parliament and JxCat’s seven seats, the parties in favour of a republic are well-placed to put pressure on Pedro Sánchez to engage in talks with Catalonia
Boosting innovative initiatives across Catalonia to attract more visitors throughout the year is one of the goals of the government’s latest strategic plan for the sector
Uncertainty persists regarding how and when the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) after Theresa May suffered a third consecutive defeat in the House of Commons over the withdrawal...
The season of passion plays is underway around Catalonia, with the biggest productions taking place in Olesa, Esparreguera, Cervera and Ulldecona, the latter celebrating 65 years of putting on the story of Jesus
Voters will be called to the ballot box three times in under a month, with a general election followed by local and European elections, all against the backdrop of the ongoing trial of independence leaders in Spain’s Supreme Court
For the first time, CaixaForum in Barcelona displays around 50 works by the German painter Max Beckmann, a sensitive soul who suffered the tumultuous 20th century and was chased out of his country by the Nazis
We look back fondly at the satirical novelist, who was a resident of Catalonia, and his connection with the magazine
On February 5, 1939, the French authorities opened the border to the exiles concentrated on the other side. What follows are testimonies of those who experienced the tragedy
”The day after setting out [February 1, 1939] I couldn’t do much because Puig had left for France and not left me any supplies, and so I had to take charge. Garcia, who was in charge of the Mina and...
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