Catalonia Today

France takes 2nd FIFA World Cup title in Moscow

When France took the World Cup in 1998, Didier Deschamps captained the side. Yesterday in Moscow, France repeated the same glory, but with Deschamps as coach. An already weary Croatia took the field with...

An all-powerful Djokovic takes Wimbledon

If the exhibition he gave the London crowd yesterday was anything to go by, then the tennis star Novak Djokovic has crossed the desert and after two years, ended the drought by taking the Wimbledon tournament...

society

Cost of Barcelona attack estimated at €133,909

In its submissions to the court in the judicial enquiry relating to the Jihadist attack on July 17 last year in Barcelona, the City Council has detailed the costs and damages incurred by the municipal...

A text-book victory for Marc Márquez

Márquez may have been challenged last year at Sachsenring, his favourite circuit, but this year there was no doubt at all. When he took the podium alongside Valentino Rossi and third placed Maverick Viñales...

society

Endesa removes 5.6 km of overhead lines

Endesa continues to advance with its plan in the Serra de Collserola National Park to eliminate overhead power lines in its entire area of influence and has installed two new prefabricated transformation...

Exorcising the aggressor

Specialised services are available for victims of gender violence and the service will be extended in 2019; so far help has been given to 5,143 victims

politics

Civic groups redouble efforts for return of prisoners and exiles

L’ANC, Òmnium Cultural and the Catalan Association for Civil Rights (ACDC), which bring together the families of the imprisoned politicians, have announced a demonstration for this evening in Barcelona...

spain

Stamp fraud pyramid accused sentenced

A court in Madrid yesterday announced sentences of between six month’s to 12 years and four month’s imprisonment for 20 of the 27 accused in the so-called Fórum Filatélico fraud case involving a...

international

Trump ridicules May, tips Johnson as “good PM”

US President Donald Trump and Theresa May are trying to put behind them the bombshell interview published in the British newspaper The Sun today in which Trump chided the UK premier for her stance on Brexit...