Saragossa in northwestern Spain is both capital of the province of the same name and the region of Aragon. With a population of just under 700,000, the city displays a charismatic blend of Moorish influences and Southern European flair.
After declaring independence, Catalan leaders have fled while Madrid has taken over and called elections. What next for the divided region? Conflict Zone meets Alfred Bosch of the pro-independence Republican Left party.
Decked out with flashing lights and cartoon characters, with loud music pumping, rickety bicycle rickshaws have become a hit with tourists visiting the historic Malaysian city of Malacca.
The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called on Catalans to vote in huge numbers in a December election to "restore normalcy." Rajoy was in Barcelona on his first visit since Madrid imposed direct rule on Catalonia.
It was not the first time the waters of Rome's Trevi Fountain have bled. The Italian activist behind the stunt is a well-known repeat offender.
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