Spain's Princess Cristina has testified in court. She was summoned to face some six hours of questioning over a corruption probe into her husband's business dealings.
Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has made his first public appearance in Belgium since appearing in court on an arrest warrant. Earlier he attacked the passivity of EU leaders on the topic of Catalonia's secession.
The latest detention of a German citizen on an Interpol arrest warrant at Turkey's behest prompts further questions about the international policing agency's modus operandi.
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.
Francisco Caja, the president of a Catalan civic group opposing a breakaway from Madrid, feels Catalonia's leaders created a "pre-democratic situation." He told DW why he blames both Barcelona and Madrid.
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