Spain government transfers four Catalan leaders to prisons close to their homes, seeks to ease tensions with separatists
Spain has transferred four out of the nine arrested Catalan separatist leaders to a prison close to home in order to east tensions before talks with regional president Quim Torra
Pro-Independence supporters win majority in Catalan Parliament, throw Spain into further uncertainty
Catalan separatists won a crucial snap poll Thursday, plunging Spain into further uncertainty after a failed independence bid rattled Europe
Catalonia crisis: From takeover to backtrack, the six possible scenarios in region's independence bid
If Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont declares the region independent as promised, possibly by Tuesday, Spain will face its greatest political upheaval since its return to democracy in the 1970s.
Madrid has sent thousands of extra police officers from other forces to Catalonia, which accounts for one-fifth of Spain's economy to stop the referendum from happening
Catalan separatists showed determination to press ahead with an independence referendum banned by Madrid, occupying dozens of schools designated as polling stations