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Spanish govt to sue Catalan president for independence vote

Nov 12, 2014

Spanish govt to sue Catalan president for independence vote

Close to two million Catalans voted on Sunday in favour of seceding from Spain in a symbolic vote following a legal block by the central government. #NewsTracker #Spain #Secession #Referendum #Mariano Rajoy #Catalonia #independence vote #Artur Mas #Constitutional Challenge #Spanish Government
Photos: PM Modi joins Shakespeare, Captain America in bizarre figurine tradition

Nov 07, 2014

Photos: PM Modi joins Shakespeare, Captain America in bizarre figurine tradition

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has joined league of politicians and celebrities who have been made into Caganers. Here are a few photos. #Narendra Modi #Captain America #Catalonia #William Shakespeare #Caganers #Spanish tradition #Christian Nativity
Barcelona face La Liga ban if Catalonia becomes independent

Oct 08, 2014

Barcelona face La Liga ban if Catalonia becomes independent

Barcelona vies with Real Madrid for supremacy on the football field domestically and internationally with both clubs being listed among the world's richest. #Barcelona #Lionel Messi #KickingAround #La Liga #Catalonia #Neymar #Malaga #Munir El Haddadi
Spain: Protesters take to streets in Catalonia after court stays referendum

Sep 30, 2014

Spain: Protesters take to streets in Catalonia after court stays referendum

The president of Catalonia's regional parliament, Nuria de Gispert, said Tuesday the assembly would request that the suspension of the referendum be "lifted immediately". #NewsTracker #Spain #Secession #Referendum #Mariano Rajoy #Catalonia #independence vote #Artur Mas #Constitutional Challenge #Spanish Government
Spain files constitutional challenge against Catalonia independence vote

Sep 29, 2014

Spain files constitutional challenge against Catalonia independence vote

After Catalonia's president Artur Mas staked his leadership on the issue by calling the vote for November 9, the national government responded by filing a constitutional challenge. #NewsTracker #Spain #Secession #Referendum #Mariano Rajoy #Catalonia #independence vote #Artur Mas #Constitutional Challenge #Spanish Government
Spanish leaders relieved as Scotland's 'no' deals blow to Catalan separatists

Sep 19, 2014

Spanish leaders relieved as Scotland's 'no' deals blow to Catalan separatists

Spanish political leaders hailed Scotland's rejection of independence, a vote that dealt a blow to separatists in Spain's northeastern region of Catalonia. #Spain #England #Scotland #UK #Catalonia #Great Britain #Scottish Referendum #independent Scotland
Scotland's referendum puts UK on edge: What's at stake?

Sep 18, 2014

Scotland's referendum puts UK on edge: What's at stake?

Breaking up is hard to do, especially after 307 years. The entire United Kingdom will find out just how hard if Scotland chooses independence in Thursday's vote. #World #NewsTracker #Nato #European Union #United Kingdom #Belgium #Scotland #Catalonia #Flanders
Spain's new king visits politically sensitive Catalonia region

Jun 26, 2014

Spain's new king visits politically sensitive Catalonia region

Just a week into his reign, Spain's King Felipe VI visits one of the country's most politically sensitive regions today: Catalonia, where an independence drive has raised tensions with Madrid. #World #NewsTracker #Spain #Madrid #Catalonia #Felipe VI #Letizia
Scientists propose using solar energy to power nocturnal lunar missions

Dec 23, 2013

Scientists propose using solar energy to power nocturnal lunar missions

The invention also means that during the lunar night, there would be no need for batteries and nuclear power sources used by the Chinese rover that recently landed on the moon. #Moon #TechBuzz #Moon rover #Jade Rabbit #solar #Chandrayaan 2 #Polytechnic University of Catalonia