Catalan pro-independence groups blocked roads in the region on Friday to protest a planned cabinet meeting in Barcelona chaired by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.
Spain's socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and the regional leader of Catalonia agreed Thursday to find a solution to the political crisis that has been festering since a failed secession attempt by the region last year.
Nine Catalan separatists, who have been jailed awaiting trial for rebellion, have called for a “peaceful protest” during an upcoming cabinet meeting.
A far-right party has won seats in a Spanish regional parliament for the first time since the country returned to democracy following the death of longtime dictator Francisco Franco in 1975, results in Andalusia's election showed.
Thousands of people waving Spanish flags gathered in Madrid on Saturday, December 1, for a protest in support of national unity and against Catalonia's ongoing campaign to split from Spain.
Doctors, nurses, students, teachers and civil servants went on strike in Catalonia Thursday, asking the Spanish region's government to end spending cuts imposed during the crisis after years of seeking independence.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned on Friday there would "very probably" be no European Council summit to approve Britain's exit from the EU on Sunday if the issue of Gibraltar is not first resolved.
Spain’s secretary of state for the European Union Luis Marco Aguiriano has accused Britain of treachery in Brexit negotiations related to the disputed Gibraltar territory.
The United Kingdom and the European Union have almost agreed on a Brexit deal with only one main obstacle left: the future of Gibraltar.
A commuter train derailed outside the Spanish city of Barcelona on Tuesday, killing one person and leaving 44 injured, emergency services said on Twitter.