Burger King Workers Must Be Allowed to Grow Beards, Catalan Government Rules
Burger King has also been sued in the U.S. by an employee who was fired for refusing to shave his beard.
12 Catalan separatist leaders have gone on trial in Spain. Here’s what you need to know.
“Self-determination is synonymous with peace and not war.”
Carles Puigdemont just got bail from a German court
“This political persecution has to end it is as it is driven by completely false narrative”
German prosecutors: Catalonia's former leader can be extradited back to Spain
Carles Puigdemont faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
Ecuador Cut Off Julian Assange’s Internet For His Political Tirades on Twitter
The founder of WikiLeaks has been offline for a few hours after Ecuador suspended his internet access.
Catalonians are not happy with the arrest of their former leader Carles Puigdemont
The German court has up to 60 days to determine whether to extradite Puigdemont to Spain.
Catalonia's exiled leader drops bid to be president again
He's nominated a jailed activist to replace him
Spain’s King Felipe got a frosty reception from Catalan separatists in Barcelona
King Felipe arrived in Catalonia’s capital for the first time since October’s illegal independence referendum.
Spain warns fugitive Catalan leader not to try to sneak back into the country
“We are going to make sure that he can’t even enter in the trunk of a car.”
Catalonia picks a fugitive president in new bid to break up with Spain
The announcement came as Spanish prosecutors sought to reactivate a European arrest warrant for Carles Puigdemont.
'Barça is More Than a Club'
As Catalonia moves toward independence, we chronicled the intersection of soccer and politics in Barcelona in words and photos.
FC Barcelona is Winning Matches and Losing its Fanbase
As Catalonia marches toward independence, supporters are identifying less and less with a club that was once closely linked with the movement.