Protesters throw stones at police and neighbours over jailed Spanish rapper

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Police charged protesters who threw stones and bottles at officers and neigbours in Spanish cities on Friday in the fourth night of clashes after a rapper was jailed for glorifying terrorism and insulting royalty in his songs. The nine-month sentence of Pablo Hasel, known for his fiercely anti-establishment raps, has galvanised a debate over freedom of expression in Spain, prompting the government to announce it would make speech laws less restrictive and sparking protests that, at times, turned violent. Protesters threw projectiles at police and at neighbours who condemn...