8 December 2021
The Spanish government "will oppose all forms of violence", Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says following the third night of violent protests over the jailing of a rapper for controversial tweets
Police charges in the rally of Valencia
Containers and motorcycles burning in the streets of Barcelona in a new night of incidents and throwing of objects by the prison of rapper Pablo Hasél
Riots on the third day of protests by PabloHasel in Barcelona. Containers burning around the Department of the Interior
Violent groups have thrown objects against the access door of EL PERIÓDICO, on Consell de Cent street, causing damage
Moments of tension in València in the rally by Pablo Hasél. Agents of the National Police are deployed throughout the city The first clashes have occurred when people began to move from the Plaza San Agustín
The Lleida Court has just confirmed another two-year sentence against Pablo Hasel for threatening a witness in a previous trial
The First Vice President of the Government, Carmen Calvo, responds to the violent demonstrations yesterday for the conviction of Pablo Hasél: "One thing is to defend freedom of expression and another is to encourage situations with injured and detained people"
Catalan police violently attacked by dozens of demonstrators against the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hasél in the heart of Barcelona
The Police try to clear Puerta del Sol and do not let anyone pass in Pablo Hasel's demonstration. The Police yells at people who try to pass because they live behind: "Do you not understand Spanish or what"
The demonstration arrives in Plaça Urquinaona and the first containers move. However, there is an atmosphere of tranquility
Tensions in Puerta del Sol during the protest against the arrest of Pablo Hasel: throwing objects at the Police
Barcelona, second night of demonstrations for the freedom of Pablo Hasel
It can't be, rappers to jail and fascists to power, shouts at the Zaragoza demonstration9 month ago
"It can't be, rappers to jail and fascists to power," shouts at the Zaragoza demonstration
Protests in Barcelona and Madrid against the imprisonment of Pablo Hasél
The Zaragoza demonstration runs through the center of the capital shouting Always Antifascist9 month ago
The Zaragoza demonstration runs through the center of the capital shouting "Always Antifascist"
"Pablo Hasel, Libertad" shouts the crowd gathered in Madrid
Police in Spain say 14 people were arrested in violent street protests in several cities following the arrest of Spanish rap artist Pablo Hasél
Police charges at the demonstration in support of Pablo Hasel in Barcelona / Photo: Toni Albir
Clashes between police and protesters in front of the Spanish government subdelegation in Girona, after the rally in support of Pablo Hasél, which brought together 5,000 people
Demonstration for the freedom of Pablo Hasel in Barcelona: "Rappers in jail and fascists in the street"
Firefighters are beginning to put out the fires on Via Augusta. The demonstrators disperse, one group cuts the Diagonal in the area of Via Augusta and another group heads towards Jardinets de Gràcia.
The agents of the Mossos have dissolved with the vans the rally in the subdelegation of the government in Lleida
Riots in Barcelona in the demonstration in support of @PabloHasel. Clashes between hundreds of protesters and Mossos riot police
Neighbors on Via Augusta try to put out the fire from their windows
In Lleida, with the streets overflowing, a massive demonstration for Freedom Pablo Hasel
The barricades and objects are thrown at the Mossos, who respond with rubber bullets #PabloHasel
Thousands of people demonstrate in Barcelona for the freedom of rapper Pablo Hasel
The police try to disperse the crowd. In the front line, the demonstrators are especially very young and shout anti-capitalist and anarchist slogans between two "free Pablo Hasel"
Protest in Lleida for PabloHasel freedom
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