Stephen Burgen

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Freelance journalist Stephen Burgen is a contributor to the Guardian.

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The parliament of Catalonia declared independence from Spain this afternoon.  Minutes later, the Spanish Senate granted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy unprecedented power to impose…

Spain imposes direct rule after Catalan independence vote

The parliament of Catalonia declared independence from Spain this afternoon.  Minutes later, the Spanish Senate granted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy unprecedented power to impose…

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First, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Now, leaders of Catalonia, the richest province in Spain, want to declare independence.

Can the nations of Europe keep it together?

First, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Now, leaders of Catalonia, the richest province in Spain, want to declare independence.

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Fifteen people were killed and 130 were injured when a car drove into a crowd last Thursday in Barcelona.

Barcelona terror suspect admits to larger failed attack plan

Fifteen people were killed and 130 were injured when a car drove into a crowd last Thursday in Barcelona.

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