Catalonia Today

The Rosas company’s Achterland makes a comeback

For a limited time only (until Saturday) you can see Achterland at the Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona.Achterland is a Rosas company choreography, a modern dance classic. It came out in 1990 and was performed...

No end to the repression

The president of the Generalitat is bringing a lawsuit against the JEC and the public prosecutor is accusing him of disobedience


Sánchez wrapped in Spanish and European flags

The president of Spain and PSOE presidential candidate Pedro Sánchez, yesterday disclosed his program for the coming elections: the plurinational state was shelved and Sánchez committed himself to “continue...


Casado’s election promise adds fuel to the fire

PP leader Pablo Casado promised yesterday to commemorate the 5th centenary of the conquest of Mexico if he wins the election. Casado did this in response to statements made by Mexican president, Andrés...


Attacks on Roma people over false rumors

False rumors about Roma people kidnapping girls in Paris appear to have sparked a series of attacks against members of this community in the cities of Clichy-sous-Bois and Bobigny, on the outskirts of...


Foreign workers make up 30% of digital sector

30% of professionals from the digital sector working in Barcelona come from other countries according to a Linkedin study based on an analysis of their own data which they presented yesterday at Barcelona...


Bouteflika’s partner is urging him to resign too

The Democratic National Assembly (RND), the second most important party in Algeria and the main ally of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s party the National Liberal Front (FLN) yesterday demanded the...


Benítez accuses Maristes of knowing of abuse since 1986

The former gymnastics teacher at the Maristes school in Sants-Les Corts, Joaquim Benítez, on trial for having sexually abused four children, said yesterday that both the school’s management and the...

Britain heading for long Brexit

British Parliament today votes on alternative plans to resolve crisis; May committed to a long postponement