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commerce

Google staff lead protests worldwide

Yesterday, Google staff walked out of many of the corporation’s offices, including Singapore, Tokyo, Berlin, Zurich and a range of US offices, to protest the internet company’s handling of a string...

brexit

Brexit magnate under criminal investigation

The National Crime Agency in the UK has opened an inquiry into Arron Banks, a millionaire understood to have financed of one of the dominant pro-Brexit campaigns in the 2016 referendum. It is alledged...

CULTURE

Barcelona Manga Fair returns to Montjuïc

The XXIV Manga Fair opened its doors yesterday again, at the Fira de Montjuïc, for visiting Japanese comic fans from around the world. Exhibitions, presentations, and talks run until November 4th, showcasing...

POINT MADE

Morera speaks up for Catalonia

Be it about the victory of Bolsonaro in Brazil or the delivery of mail bombs to Democrats by a partisan terrorist in the US, the public debate is once again alive with questions of who is to blame for...

justice

Judge holds 18 detainees from raid on remand

A Barcelona court yesterday ordered 18 of the 39 arrested in the police operation against narcotics in the Raval district of Barcelona on Monday to be held on remand. A total of 57 people were detained...