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President Carles Puigdemont says Catalonia will not accept Madrid's plan to curb the region's powers.
Millions are voting in the election, which was called by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month.
It brings the death toll from attacks in Afghanistan to around 200 in this week alone.
The UK government, an array of campaign groups and the Zimbabwe opposition express dismay.
The US president says he will allow scheduled release of classified files relating to Kennedy's assassination.
A new ballet tells the story of the aftermath of the racially motivated Charleston church shooting.
The Evening Standard says they made "the wrong call" to edit the singer's elaborate hairstyle.
The forces are reported to have been looking for the militants' hideout when they came under attack.
Andrej Babis' party has secured almost triple the vote share of its closest rivals
Police say no motive has been established for the attack, which lightly wounded four passers-by.
Police suspect the man killed his girlfriend at Joshua Tree National Park before killing himself.
Officers seize more than 150,000 files with disturbing images of young children and teenagers.
Officers are looking into a division of the bank set up to help failing firms, the BBC understands.
EU investigators are looking into allegations of a cartel involving BMW and four other German car giants.
With the economy on an uncertain footing, but inflation crushing wage growth, should rates rise now?
The final vehicle left the production line on Friday, in what many consider a symbolic moment.
The industrial giant also posts a quarterly loss ahead of the unveiling of a restructuring plan.
The firm recalled 1.2 million cars in Japan because uncertified technicians performed final checks.
The Japanese steel giant says some employees did not report evidence to an internal investigation.
The figures were the third straight month in which UK public finances were better than analysts forecast.
InterContinental Hotels Group's revenue rises as tourists return to key markets after terror attacks.
US stocks were buoyed by increased confidence that Washington will enact tax cuts.
The deadline is approaching for US cities to submit proposals to host Amazon's new headquarters.
Lloyd Blankfein tweets he intends to spend more time in Frankfurt, a hint of a post-Brexit move.