Catalonia crisis: 4,50,000 protest in Barcelona after Madrid announces measures to halt independence
Led by Catalonia's separatist president Carles Puigdemont, hundreds of thousands of independence supporters protested in Barcelona on Sunday, shouting "freedom" and "independence" after Madrid announced drastic measures to stop the region from breaking away
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Even as 4,50,000 independence supporters piled onto the streets of Barcelona, it was business as usual for Barca barring the usual cries in favour of independence in the 17th minute and sporadic chants of "freedom".
Spain said on Saturday that it will move to dismiss Catalonia's separatist government and call fresh elections in the region in a bid to stop its leaders from declaring independence
The Spanish government on Saturday began a special cabinet meeting to approve measures to take direct control of the semi-autonomous region of Catalonia
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy will hold an emergency cabinet meeting on Saturday to decide how his government will intervene in Catalonia to stop its independence drive.
Spain will seek to suspend Catalonia's autonomy unless the region's leader abandons his push for independence, the country's deputy prime minister said on Wednesday.
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Barcelona have also been repeatedly fined by UEFA for fans flying the Catalan 'Estelada' flag, which has become a symbol of the independence movement within Catalonia.
Spain's government said on Monday Catalonia's separatist leader had failed to clarify whether he had declared independence, urging him to respond by Thursday
Catalonia's separatist leader Carles Puigdemont on Monday told the central government he wanted to "suspend" initiating steps towards independence for two months to start talks with.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has until 10:00 am local (0800 GMT) on Monday to clarify whether he is calling for the region’s independence from Spain, with Madrid threatening a return to direct rule if his stance remains ambiguous.
Spain marks its national day on Thursday with show of unity by opponents of Catalan independence referendum
Catalonia referendum: Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy gives separatist leader eight days to drop independence bid
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday gave the Catalan government eight days to drop an independence bid
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday rejected any mediation to resolve the crisis over Catalonia's independence push.
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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.
Catalonia referendum: Thousands oppose independence from Spain in Barcelona, call themselves 'silent majority'
Pressure mounted on Monday against Catalan plans to declare independence after hundreds of thousands of protesters rallied to defend Spanish unity
Protesters flocked to Barcelona on Sunday wrapped in Spanish flags to rally against plans by separatist leaders to declare Catalonia independent following a banned secession referendum.
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy has refused to rule out suspending Catalonia's regional autonomy
Catalonia referendum: Spain braces for mass street protests as separatists vow to declare independence
Spain braced for mass street protests Saturday as anger swelled against Catalan leaders' vows to declare their region independent
Catalonia referendum: Spanish govt apologises to injured Catalans, hints at attempts to settle crisis
A Spanish government official Friday offered the first apology to Catalans injured by police during their outlawed independence vote as the sides showed tentative signs of seeking an exit from the crisis
Demonstrators gather in protest in front of Spanish police station in downtown Barcelona, Spain, on Tuesday.