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Catalan conflict is now focused on a battle for democratic legitimacy between separatists and Spanish government
Separatists won a narrow majority in the heated December 21 elections but the question remains: can they form a government?
George Engels went to Barcelona to get the opinions of people on both sides of the Catalan independence question
A survey of the pro-independence parties that will contest the upcoming elections in Catalonia and their political strategies
When deposed separatist leader Carles Puigdemont sent this tweet, shortly after he was released on bail earlier this week, his words added to the political turmoil which has gripped...
One of Europe's youngest democracies faces a constitutional, even existential crisis over demand for regional independence. Here are the big questions facing Spain today
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If Spain's Senate authorizes Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's plan, Madrid will assume control over Catalonia's finances, police and public media. WikiTribune's George Engels reports from Barcelona.