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Anna Valderrama

Europe seeks to restart travel with COVID 'pass' despite vaccine squeeze

Mar 16 2021

BRUSSELS The European Union will on Wednesday unveil a COVID-19 pass to allow free travel this summer and support the struggling tourism sector despite the bloc's sluggish vaccination campaign and the risks posed by new coronavirus variants.

Europe seeks to restart travel with COVID 'pass' despite vaccine squeeze

Mar 16 2021

BRUSSELS, March 16 The European Union will on Wednesday unveil a COVID-19 pass to allow free travel this summer and support the struggling tourism sector despite the bloc's sluggish vaccination campaign and the risks posed by new coronavirus variants.

Catalan hunger strikers sending message, not risking life: jailed separatist

Dec 10 2018

MADRID Jailed Catalan separatists who have gone on hunger strike are protesting against their treatment by the Spanish judicial system but have no intention of starving themselves to death, one told Reuters.

Be 'brave' to end deadlock, jailed Catalan leader urges Spanish PM

Nov 23 2018

MADRID A detained Catalan leader has called on Spain to come up with new proposals to resolve the dispute over the region's status, and said fellow separatists will not necessarily insist on an immediate independence vote, in an apparent concession.

Madrid calls on Puigdemont to participate in Catalan elections

Oct 28 2017

MADRID The Spanish government said on Saturday it would welcome the participation of sacked Catalan president Carles Puigdemont in regional elections to be held in December.

Madrid calls on Puigdemont to participate in Catalan elections

Oct 28 2017

MADRID The Spanish government said on Saturday it would welcome the participation of sacked Catalan president Carles Puigdemont in regional elections to be held in December.

Madrid calls on Puigdemont to participate in Catalan elections

Oct 28 2017

MADRID The Spanish government said on Saturday it would welcome the participation of sacked Catalan president Carles Puigdemont in regional elections to be held in December.

World News

Expelled from Texas, returned Haitians lament lost American dream

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) -More than 300 Haitians were returned home on Sunday after the United States ejected them from Texas, leaving many of the would-be migrants demoralized and angry that their search for a better life far away from their impoverished country was over.