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  1. What to eat in Barcelona

    What to eat in Barcelona: A food lover’s guide to the city's culinary delights

    There's a bounty of gourmet offerings at this popular destination, so after checking out the famous Sagrada Familia, we suggest eating your way ...
  2. Spain's ousted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is applauded as he leaves parliament following a m

    Spain's former PM Rajoy testifies in Catalan trial

  3. Carles Campuzano, Catalonia's centre-right Convergence and Union (CiU) party congressman, talk

    Pro-independence Catalan parties say won't back Spanish budget

  4. FILE PHOTO:  Former Catalonia cabinet member Romeva of Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) delivers

    Catalan separatist leaders moved to Madrid for trial on rebellion charges

    Jailed Catalan politician Raul Romeva hopes the upcoming trial of separtist leaders at the Supreme Court in Madrid will refocus attention on the ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Spain's PM Sanchez holds a year-end news conference after the weekly cabinet meeti

    Spanish draft budget ups social spending, taxes rich in vote hunt

    Spain's minority Socialist government rolled out its 2019 budget proposal on Friday, promising to slash the deficit but boost social spending in ...
  6. Protest against weekly cabinet meeting in Barcelona

    Police arrest Catalan separatists seething at Spanish cabinet visit

    A Spanish cabinet meeting in Barcelona on Friday will be greeted with protests by Catalan separatists, even though both governments agreed the ...
  7. Postcards showing Spanish flag, an Estelada (Catalan separatist flag)

    Catalan hunger strikers send message to European leaders

  8. Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians are displayed at the Santa

    Britain's May joins 'pooper' party as Catalan figurine

    Britain's Theresa May has joined the ranks of the famous and powerful in Catalonia as a traditional Christmas figurine.
  9. Spanish PM Sanchez speaks during a session at Parliament in Madrid

    Spanish PM hardens Catalonia stance with eye on election

    Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday he would stand firm against what he called "inflammatory" Catalan separatist rhetoric, ...