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In a landmark move, top ministers called for a new round of elections “in a climate of normality” within six months to replace the current leadership of the restive region.
The anti-terrorism bill could further efface the memory of the virtually forgotten Paris massacre of Oct. 17, 1961, among the bloodiest assaults on protesters in modern history.
Spanish authorities have given the region until Thursday to decide, but their patience is wearing thin.
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual assault, including rape, by several women.
There is more murkiness than clarity after Catalonia’s leader said he would delay announcing its independence to have more talks with Spain.
While he reasserted the region’s right to independence, his decision will do much to delay a looming constitutional crisis as well as to calm European nerves.
Attacks on a Jewish school and French police officers in 2012 has become seen as opening a new wave of terrorism from within.
One of the world’s most famous and controversial satirical newspapers sets its sights across the Atlantic.
The French Parliament approved the president's anti-terrorism law, which critics say limits the civil liberties of minorities.
Police had detained him two days before he allegedly stabbed two women to death.