If you need to ward off a bit of evil, then try out this traditional garlic soup from Spain. But the head chef at Madrid’s Sobrino de Botin restaurant insists that even after eating his soup, you'll still be able to keep good company.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has asked the Senate for the power to sack the Catalan government. Thousands protested in response and Catalan leader Puigedemont compared the move to the Franco dictatorship.
Dozens of British citizens have been identified after making fake claims of food poisoning to pay for their holidays in Spain. British authorities have vowed to punish those involved in the criminal scheme.
The federal parliament is expected to ratify Madrid's decision to invoke article 155 in Catalonia by the end of the week, with the consequences still unclear. Meanwhile, Catalan parties are expected to meet on Monday.
Article 155 of the Spanish constitution would allow the government in Madrid to intervene in the running of Catalonia. It's an extreme measure for exceptional situations that has never been invoked before.
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