Col·lectiu Emma - Explaining Catalonia

Media: Reuters

20.06.2017. | REUTERS

Catalans woo immigrants in quest to split from Spain

REUTERS   By Sonya Dowsett   16-06-2017.-     In a community hall


29.09.2016. | REUTERS

Catalonia to hold independence referendum with or without Spain's consent

REUTERS   By Angus Berwick and Tomás Cobos   28-09-2016.-   Catalonia will


26.06.2016. | Reuters

Catalonia government head says Brexit shows split from Spain possible

Reporting by Angus Berwick  Editing by Julien Toyer and John Stonestreet 24-06-2016 (Reuters)


3.02.2014. | Reuters

Catalan leader says Spain cannot block independence vote: report (Reuters)

Reuters MADRID Sun Feb 2, 2014 7:24am EST (Reuters) - Spain cannot block a non-binding vote on


The Catalan Parliament vote in the media

On Thursday, January 16th, the Catalan Parliament voted to seek the right to hold a referendum on independence,


7.01.2014. | Reuters, The Independent

Recommended article: Catalan president calls on EU leaders to support push for independence

We recommend the following article that was published in The Independent on January 3rd, 2014.


30.01.2013. | Reuters

Recommended article: "Could Scottish, Catalan independence votes reshape Europe?" (Reuters)

By Peter Apps BARCELONA, Spain Two thousand km to the north in Scotland, the blue-and-white saltire


24.11.2012. | Reuters

Recommended: "Immigrants and youth drive Catalan independence movement" (Reuters)

(We would like to recommend the article "Immigrants and youth drive Catalan independence movement"


28.10.2012. | Reuters

Recommended: "Catalans want referendum on independence - poll" (Reuters)

(We recommend the article "Catalans want referendum on independence - poll" published in Reuters)   An


10.10.2012. | Reuters

Spain votes to stop Catalonia independence referendum

Spain votes to stop Catalonia independence referendum  Tue, Oct 09 18:24 PM EDT MADRID (Reuters)


Col·lectiu Emma - Explaining Catalonia

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