Nine Catalan leaders were sentenced to between nine and 13 years in prison by the Spanish supreme court on Monday.
Taber School in Barcelona said nearly a third of its children's books were "toxic."
The Embassy of Ecuador in London cut the WikiLeaks founder's web access in March, accusing him of damaging Ecuador's relations with other nations.
The suspect allegedly believed in Nazi ideology and bragged to friends about killing a gay man.
Moscow's top diplomat joked that Russia had a "tough year" interfering in every election in the world, regrets it so far failed to topple the Japanese emperor.
His departure would lead to the Third Spanish Republic, new governments in Madrid and Barcelona, and to a constitutional assembly.
90 percent of Catalans voted for independence on October 1, but the turnout was only 43 percent.
Carles Puigdemont, the region's president, addressed the parliament Tuesday.
Carles Puigdemont's speech was met with cheers from the crowd.
The Spanish constitutional court has suspended the vote and the central government considers it to be illegal.
Spain is far from descending into full-scale conflict. But the Catalan independence debate has the potential to prove seriously destabilizing.
On Wednesday, Spanish Guardia Civil officers arrested 14 pro-independence officials.
The Spanish government has declined to rule out any options for preventing the vote from taking place.
Ousmane Dembele moved to the Camp Nou from Borussia Dortmund this summer for a club record fee.
Europe's press eviscerated Theresa May for Britain's election 'madness.'
Wenger is assessing options in the January transfer window.