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Spanish police to enforce independence ban

Spanish police have vowed to send people home who turn out to vote in a banned Catalan independence referendum.
SBS

Spanish police raid Catalan government, arrest minister to halt referendum

Spanish police have arrested a Catalan junior minister while PM Rajoy tells Catalan leaders: "Don't go ahead" with a vote on independence.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Puigdemont fails to clarify Catalan independence confusion

Puigdemont fails to clarify Catalan independence confusion 00:49

Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has not given a clear answer on whether he has declared independence for the Spanish region. Spain’s central government had set a deadline of 10am on Monday for..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: ‘Please surrender to police’: Family of alleged Barcelona attacker plead with him to turn himself in

‘Please surrender to police’: Family of alleged Barcelona attacker plead with him to turn himself in 04:30

Spanish police say it's possible the man behind the wheel in the deadly Barcelona van attack has fled to France. He's believed to have been part of a 12-member terror cell, responsible for killing 14..
Source: RT News Channel -

News video: Spanish police used 'excessive force' against protesters: HRW

Spanish police used 'excessive force' against protesters: HRW 00:54

Spanish police used excessive force against protesters in Catalonia during the region's disputed referendum, says Human Rights Watch.
Source: Agence France-Presse (AFP) -

News video: The Spanish police van appears to force its way through crowd

The Spanish police van appears to force its way through crowd 00:12

Footage has emerged from Madrid, Spain of a crowd forced to disperse as police officers force their way through with a van.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Catalan Leader Says Region Won Right to Independence

Catalan Leader Says Region Won Right to Independence 01:22

In a speech to the Catalan Parliament, Carles Puigdemont said he will follow the will of those who voted in the Oct. 1 referendum.
Source: Newsy Studio -

 

Spanish police arrest senior Catalan government official after raids

Spain's Guardia Civil police arrested a top Catalan government official on Wednesday as part of raids on several Catalan government offices, sparking protests in Barcelona.
SBS

Suspicious Spanish bus near Dutch concert

Following a tip off from Spanish police a Dutch rock concert has been cancelled, while a bus carrying gas bottles and with Spanish plates has been found nearby.
SBS

Suspected Las Ramblas van driver shot dead by police

SBS World News Radio: Spanish police say they have shot dead the alleged van driver in the Barcelona terror attack that killed 13 people last week.
SBS

Spanish police shoot man west of Barcelona

Spanish police say they have shot a man who appeared to be wearing an explosives belt, in an area west of Barcelona.
SBS

Barcelona attacks: Grief replaces hope as father lands to find Julian Cadman

An hour before a Cadman family touched down in Barcelona on a desperate mission to find his missing seven year old son Julian, Spanish police issued a statement that suggested tragedy awaited him.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Barcelona attack: what we know so far

Spanish police are hunting a member of an Islamist militant cell behind the van attacks in Barcelona and the resort of Cambrils that killed 14 and injured 100.
SBS Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning Herald

Barcelona attack: 12-strong terror cell planned bigger atrocity

The man behind the Barcelona terror attack on Thursday may still be alive and on the run, Spanish police believe after piecing together new clues about the terror cell responsible.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Barcelona van attacker may still be alive

Spanish police say the driver of the van that ploughed into crowds in Barcelona, killing 13 people, may still be alive and on the run.
SBS

Barcelona attack: Spanish police confirm key suspect shot dead in Cambrils

The 17-year-old key suspect in the terror attack in Barcelona was shot dead by security forces in Cambrils, Spanish police confirm.
SBS

Spanish police hunt deadly driver

Spanish police are still hunting for the driver of a bloody attack in Barcelona, and have confirmed other attacks in the country are linked to the same cell.
SBS


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