News from El Punt Avui

Welfare state or unfair state?


Galeria K opens with a Víctor Ramírez exhibition


Lion Air plane was not airworthy before it crashed

Indonesian investigators have said that the Lion Air plane that crashed off Indonesia was not fit to fly on its penultimate journey, in which pilots had problems that were similar to those that caused...

UK in pre-'Brexit' campaign mode


Court to investigate Jové but not Aragonès over 1-O


CaixaBank to have 800 fewer branches

CaixaBank is planning a radical overhaul of its branch network. Although the number of branches run by the financial giant fell from 5,358 to 4,461 in the whole of Spain between 2014 and the present day,...

Barça looking to secure first place in CL group

Barça travel to the Philips Stadion in Eindhoven tonight already qualified for the Champions League knockout stages. There is, however, still a pending issue to be dealt with: sealing first place in the...


“Total support” for Borrell in Abengoa scandal

The Spanish government yesterday unequivocally defended current Foreign Minister Josep Borrell after the sanction imposed on him by the National Securities Market Commission was made public. In November...


Ghosn sacked as chairman of Mitsubishi

Carlos Ghosn was sacked as chairman of Mitsubishi Motors yesterday by the board of directors after his arrest a week ago for committing tax fraud in his position as head of Nissan. Mitsubishi dismissed...

United arab emirates

Pardon for British man sentenced to life for espionage

The president of the UAE, Jalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan, granted a pardon yesterday to Matthew Hedges, who had been sentenced to life imprisonment for espionage, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According...

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