Hundreds of thousands gathered in the streets of the Catalan capital yesterday in support of a united Spain.
The possibility of Catalonia separating from Spain brought the people of Madrid to the streets.
At least 844 people and 33 police were injured in the violence sparked by the Catalan independence referendum yesterday.
The Spanish government claims Sunday's referendum is unconstitutional. So what happens to the Catalans who go vote anyway?
Peter Sunde is giving Catalan independence activists free, anonymous hosting and domain names to avoid Spanish government censorship.
This election's inevitably going to be seen as a second referendum.
Turkey’s president claims victory in a referendum that would grant him immense power.
The win would grant Recep Tayyip Erdogan immense power
A backdoor to EU membership and maybe more sweet, sweet equalization money for Quebec? Hell yeah
Brexit is changing people's minds about Scottish independence