‘Chilling effect’: calen depuracions als tribunals i als Mossos
La cascada d’absolucions a què assistim demostra la il·legalitat d’una tàctica sistemàtica del poder judicial i policíac, que simplement no pot restar impune
Today, Henry Kissinger turns one hundred years old, pursued by judges around the world and by the immorality of his actions while he was the most powerful man in the world.
Interview with the President of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, who is very critical of Pedro Sánchez's change of attitude towards Morocco and wonders what kind of blackmail could be behind it
The Boss performs today and Sunday at the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium accompanied by the legendary E Street Band.
Interview with the physicist and one of the driving forces behind the protests against Netanyahu's government
Interview with the president of the UNPO and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Somaliland, highly critical of Western support for Somalia, at the expense of her country.
Interview with the Scottish lawyer about Clara Ponsatí and the situation of the Catalan independence movement, which he knows closely.
It is expected that Ponsatí will be taken before the judge in Barcelona, who will act as liaison of the Spanish Supreme Court
The book "Torturades", by Gemma Pasqual, a story about twenty-two women tortured at the Via Laietana police station in Barcelona between 1941 and 2019, portrays how the transition from dictatorship to democracy is irrelevant for this Spain from which we must run away
The city has replaced the name of the EU High Representative with the date of the Catalan referendum on self-determination. The referendum was violently suppressed by the Spanish authorities.
Activist for the language with a long literary career, has made La Safor one of the main subjects of his work.
Minie rok od momentu, gdy baskijski dziennikarz został aresztowany i uwięziony w Polsce, oskarżony o bycie rosyjskim szpiegiem.
The Barometer incorporates a number of indicators that allow the importance of a language to be assessed holistically, beyond the linguistic sphere.
Antonio Cabrales was appointed with the support of the PP. He resigned six hours later after a media campaign by Spanish nationalists.
This is a first step –now national courts must make use of the space provided by Luxembourg. But it is an important step, and certainly not the one Pablo Llarena had hoped for
The concept of the "group of persons at risk" represents a leap forward for the exiles, because it allows the specificity of the Catalan case to be incorporated into EU law
In this interview, the president of the World Uyghur Congress describes the genocide his country is experiencing in China
Barcelona's biggest music festival returns 1-4 June next year with tickets on sale at €325
Joint application from several countries aimed at preserving ancient river transport tradition
Catalan president speaks at United Nations Forum on Minority Issues in Geneva
EU committee tackles espionage case during investigation regarding use of spyware in member states
In her report, Cornelia Ernst states that the 65 known Pegasus victims are only 'the tip of the iceberg'
He worked both as UN Secretary General’s Personal Representative and EU's Special Representative for Afghanistan
The human rights entity praises the requested elimination of the crime of sedition