As thousands of people protest in Barcelona, an app meant to organize activists was blocked by Github on request of the government.
“In the future, having gametes and embryos stored in a bank outside the Earth will be very important.”
In the midst of a mounting rental crisis, the city is still unable to enforce rules that would limit ghost hotels.
In the final year before Brexit, Brits made their mark on Europe's best music festival, for better or worse.
The street photographer Pau Buscató spends seven hours a day searching for the funny moments that only happen when people are crammed together.
The German court has up to 60 days to determine whether to extradite Puigdemont to Spain.
Messi's Champions League curse is certainly lifted.
An estimated five million women across Spain joined a historic strike to mark International Women's Day.
As Catalonia moves toward independence, we chronicled the intersection of soccer and politics in Barcelona in words and photos.
As Catalonia marches toward independence, supporters are identifying less and less with a club that was once closely linked with the movement.
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