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international

Skripal may have helped CNI with Russsian mafias

The former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, poisoned by Russian spies with a powerful nerve agent, may have been working with members of Spain’s CNI in the fight against organised crime, according...

politics

Maragall to reopen Catalan delegations despite appeal

The Catalan minister responsible for External Affairs, Ernest Maragall, yesterday chaired the first meeting with the Generalitat’s delegates in Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Switzerland....

Case involving Joan Carles I shelved

Prosecutor says no case to answer related to statements by former king’s lover and supposed commissions

Sánchez: “less posturing”

Spain’s Prime Minister reminds President Torra that in Catalonia what is at stake is coexistence, not independence and that sentences must be respected

international

Typhoon Jebi creates havoc in Japan

Typhoon Jeb, swept through the western half of Japan on Tuesday, leaving in its wake 10 dead and 300 injured, according to the latest figures released yesterday by the Japanese government. Jebi, the most...

international

A handshake a must for Danish citizenship

The Conservative and Danish People’s parties say that people awarded citizenship in the Scandinavian country must be required to shake hands. New rules require people who have been awarded Danish citizenship...

politics

Maragall to reopen Berlin delegation

Catalan minsiter for the exterior, Ernest Maragall, will reopen the Generalitat’s official Delegation in Berlin which was closed by the Spanish government in December under the powers of Article 155....

Cs expected to end deal with Susana Díaz

The possibility of early elections in Andalusia is growing, so much so that the PSOE announced yesterday that the elections due for Spring will most likely be held in autumn. The possibility is not exactly...

The perennial proposal

Sánchez opens the Spanish political year with a resuscitated proposal to vote in “a referendum of self-government” in the face of Catalan indifference