Eight former Catalan ministers who were recently sacked by the Spanish government have received prison sentences by a high court judge. Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and four other dismissed Catalan ministers who have been residing in Brussels since monday had also been summoned but didn’t show up […]
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The terrorist attack, which left eight people dead and a dozen injured, took place in Lower Manhattan when a pick-up truck rammed into cyclists and pedestrians just blocks away from the World Trade Center. The assault has brought reactions from all around the world. New York City Mayor […]
Following today’s declaration of independence by Catalonia, Spanish President Mariano Rajoy promised to undertake certain decisions that would take the region “back to legality”. Only a couple hours later, Rajoy appeared in front of the media to announce the dissolution of the catalan regional administration and the calling […]
The catalan regional parliament voted to declare independence from Spain today. The motion was supported by an owerwhelming majority of members of parliament, with 70 voting in favor, 10 against and 2 absenties in the 135-seat chamber. Opposition parties – including the Popular Party, the Catalan Socialist Party […]
Two referendums took place yesterday in the italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto. The vote allowed the people of these northern territories to decide whether they wanted more regional autonomy. Up to 95% of the voters supported the change in Lombardy – with around 40% participation, while this […]
Andrej Babis is set to become the Czech Republic’s next prime minister after winning last night’s legislative elections. Babis, dubbed by local media as the “Czech Trump” due to his business empire and populist campaign, ran as leader of his centrist movement ANO, which received over 30% of […]