Spanish court website taken down by attack

Spanish court website taken down by attack

The website of Spain's Constitutional Court -- which ruled the independence referendum in Catalonia illegal -- was forced down Saturday following threats from cyber-activists, as Madrid prepared to seize powers from the region over its independence threat.

Spain to dismiss Catalonia’s government, call elections

Spain to dismiss Catalonia’s government, call elections

Spain announced Saturday that it will move to dismiss Catalonia's separatist government and call fresh elections in the semi-autonomous region in a bid to stop its leaders from declaring independence.

Spain to grab Catalonia powers as crisis intensifies

Spain to grab Catalonia powers as crisis intensifies

Spain's government kicked off a crisis cabinet meeting on Saturday as it prepares to seize powers from Catalonia's separatist executive in an unprecedented move aimed at stopping the northeastern region's independence drive.

Spain identifies 800 Britons suspected of making fake sickness claims

Spain identifies 800 Britons suspected of making fake sickness claims

Spanish police said Friday they had identified around 800 British tourists suspected of having made fake food poisoning claims after going on holiday in the Balearic Islands to try to win compensation.