At least 844 people and 33 police were injured in the violence sparked by the Catalan independence referendum yesterday.
The possibility of Catalonia separating from Spain brought the people of Madrid to the streets.
In terms of people being annoying on social media, that is. Can't predict the result.
Italy's nationalist and populist parties campaigned against constitutional reform in last weekend's referendum. Eighty percent of young Italians voted against the reform plans, too.
It was widely reported that just 36 percent of 18-24-year-olds voted, but a new study shows it was more like 64 percent – the largest youth turnout in 25 years. What else did the media get wrong?
It's been exactly one year since the Greek Bailout Referendum.
They don't want to be dragged out of Europe with the rest of the UK.
"People are here because they lost. That's the problem. The only people who won are the bankers and the racists."
We turned to Twitter to see how DJs and producers have taken the referendum result news.
I took a credible candidate from each side, some ballot papers, and a box to determine if Glastonbury is the left wing paradise we all think it is.
We asked our European VICE offices how they'd feel about a Brexit.