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Renata Brito
Journalist based in Barcelona. Previously Rio de Janeiro. Retweets are not endorsements. Reachable on rbrito(at)
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Aritz Parra 12h
"If we don’t sit down to talk this won’t stop," Catalan regional president Quim Torra told on Monday, following a week of massive protests which often spiraled into violent clashes with police. By &
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Joseph Wilson 15h
AP Interview: Catalan head says only talks can stop protests (from ) ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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El suplement Oct 20
🔊 Com veuen els mitjans internacionals les reaccions a la sentència del procés? En parlem amb el JON SINDREU (), el RAPHAEL MINDER (), l'ELISE GAZENGEL () i la JULIA MACHER ()
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Elise Gazengel Oct 20
Replying to @alejandrosl34
Hola. Este vídeo es mío y tiene más de un año. ¿Lo retiras?
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Renata Brito Oct 20
Replying to @RenataBritoAP
Journalists also being harassed by some protesters for doing our job: showing what we see on the streets. Here a group of masked people pick up stones to throw them at police. This man tried to cover my camera threatening me and others.
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Renata Brito Oct 20
On attacks to the press covering the Barcelona protests, we’re getting it comes from all sides. Pictured here our colleague injured by Spanish National Police despite being clearly identified as press in bright orange.
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Emilio Morenatti Oct 19
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Renata Brito Oct 19
Barcelona mayor pleads for violence in Catalonia to stop (from )
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Renata Brito Oct 19
Timeline of Catalan separatism that has rocked Spain (from )
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Live via | Protesters clash with police in Barcelona amid separatist turmoil via
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Barcelona is paralyzed by a mix of strikes and marches as it faces its fifth day of protests over the conviction of independence leaders. and
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Replying to @RenataBritoAP
Important to highlight the protest is peaceful with people from all ages taking part.
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Replying to @RenataBritoAP
Protesters chanted “we want independence” and held photos of King Felipe of upside down, his head ripped ripped by some.
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Replying to @RenataBritoAP
This is the jewel of Barcelona’s tourist attraction, over 4.5 million visitors pay 17-38 euros each to tour the cathedral-sized church every year.
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Renata Brito Oct 18
Catalan independence supporters are blocking the entrances to Gaudi’s in tourists unable to enter including a Japanese couple on their honeymoon. She was crying.
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Renata Brito Oct 17
The evenings in now smell like burnt trash. The background noises of bars and restaurants have been replaced by hovering police helicopters and sirens. Fourth night of clashes in the Catalan city.
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Pilar Suarez Oct 17
Cuarta noche de protestas en Barcelona. Se han empezado a quemar contenedores en las calles.
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Aritz Parra Oct 17
Riots darken Catalan separatist dream of peaceful secession, ⁦⁩ - with ⁦⁩ & ⁦
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Renata Brito Oct 17
Riots darken Catalan separatist dream of peaceful secession (from )
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Renata Brito Oct 17
The Latest: Police in Barcelona clash with Spanish unionists (from )
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