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Spanish Civil Guard police have stormed several Catalan government ministries in an attempt to stop the region's independence referendum on October 1, which has been deemed illegal by the Spanish government in Madrid. (Photo: David Ramos/Getty Images) News
Street Protests Erupt as Spain Accused of Stomping on Democracy in Catalonia
Seizure of voting materials and detentions of officials were 'perpetrated by violating the rule of law,' says Catalan president
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Five Takeaways from the Spanish Election
The 2016 vote may have been a disappointment to Spain's insurgent progressives. But they've proven they're here to stay.
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As Spain Votes, Can Podemos Shine Light Amid Brexit Blackness?
Anti-austerity coalition is expected to make gains, but it is unclear if they will be able to form majority government
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With New Vision for Europe, Rising Podemos Threatens to Upend Establishment
Ahead of Sunday elections, Spain's anti-austerity movement successfully shattered the era of two-party dominance
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Podemos Rises in Polls Amid Anti-Austerity Fever in Spain
Podemos could unseat the long-established Socialist party for the first time in modern Spanish history
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Left-Wing Party In Spain Borrows Ikea Style to Promote Anti-Austerity Manifesto
Leftist party unveils Ikea-style party platform showing images of leaders at home
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Greece's Varoufakis to Launch Pan-European Progressive Movement
Democracy in Europe Movement 2025, or DiEM 25, is billed as an alternative to prevailing authoritarianism and austerity
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For Spain's Podemos, People Take Priority Over Politics
Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias wants to push "social emergency" law when parliament reconvenes January 13
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With Spanish Election Results, Anti-Austerity Fever Spreads Across Europe
Buoyed by third-place showing, Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias hails the birth of 'a new Spain'
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Lefts and Rights and Revolving Doors: Spanish Government Set to Change after General Elections
The Spanish government will have a radical new look next year. But who will lead it is still up in the air. With 99% of the votes tallied, the ruling center-right Partido Popular (PP) received 29% of the vote in the general elections held on December 20. That percentage conceded them 122 out of 350...
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