On Fridays, kids and parents hop on their bikes and join the bicibús, or bike bus, traveling to three schools along its route. It promotes bike safety and environmentally friendly transportation.
"Due to economic and structural obstacles" in LaLiga regulations, Messi will depart less than a month after making a verbal agreement on a 5-year deal, the club said in a statement.
Protesters lit fires and luxury stores were vandalized and looted. Nightly, at times violent, protests have followed Pablo Hasél's arrest under a law that criminalizes glorifying terrorism.
The country is seeing a trend similar to the U.S., with more young people catching the virus. More than 17,800 new cases have been confirmed in the last two weeks, nearly half of them in Catalonia.
As Spain lifted its national state of emergency, the Liceu opera house in Barcelona found alternative living things to fill nearly 2,300 seats.
Organizers have called off the annual Mobile World Congress in Spain after a slew of high-profile tech companies pulled out, citing concerns over the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
While many Catalans are outraged at the central government's crackdown on the independence movement, the huge demonstrations have obscured deep divisions in Catalan society.
The Sagrada Familia church got the permit Friday, allowing construction to continue with completion projected for 2026. The church's foundation agreed to pay the city of Barcelona millions of dollars.
Secessionists in the region won last year's referendum, which Spanish authorities deemed unconstitutional. Now, protesters are marking the anniversary — and making clear they're not backing down.
The man approached the police station in the town of Cornella de Llobregat and charged at the officer who opened the door. Police say they are treating it as a "terrorist incident."