The referendum-that-wasn’t may be over, but the stakes remain high.
The UN human rights chief said he was disturbed by the violence during a police crackdown on the banned independence referendum in the Spanish region of Catalonia and urged Madrid to investigate any possible misconduct.
Spain will do "everything within the law" to prevent Catalonia from declaring independence.
The European Commission on Monday urged all sides in the crisis over Catalonia's banned independence referendum to move "very swiftly" to dialogue.
Events in Catalonia on Sunday made for some interesting coverage in the Spanish press, with widely divided opinions on what had gone down.
Front pages from around the world showed images of police violence at polling stations in Catalonia on Sunday as Catalans went to vote in a referendum banned by the government of Spain.
More than 40 unions and Catalan associations called a region-wide strike for Tuesday, after a major police crackdown on a banned independence referendum.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont said on Sunday night that the northeastern Spanish region he governs had "won the right to an independent state" after "millions" turned out to vote in a banned independence referendum.