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Mexican Chancellor Luis Videgaray stated that should Catalonia declare its independence unilaterally, Mexico will not recognize the Catalan State pursuant to International Law
The people of Catalonia had been tricked into taking part in the banned vote, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said
Catalan leaders are determined to hold the vote on October 1, defying the central Madrid government and a Constitutional Court ban and saying that the regional assembly in Barcelona will declare independence within 48 hours of a “yes” victory
Catalonian leaders appealed to the Spanish government for dialogue to avert an impending political crisis as Madrid took measures to stop state cash being used to fund a referendum on splitting from Spain
Expert explores multiple causes, including poor integration or a compelling recruiter
Taxis drivers, emergency workers and ordinary citizens who helped victims in the recent attack were followed by King Felipe VI, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, and public officials
Catalonian police fatally shot suspected van driver of Las Ramblas terrorist attack
The President expressed his solidarity with the Catalan city and the Spanish government
A white van drove into a crowd of people in Las Ramblas, one of the busiest places in the Spanish city
Despite the economic profit, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands will limit visitors' arrival after complaints from residents and affectations in monuments