Puigdemont and four of his associates who fled to Belgium in the aftermath were wanted by Madrid on charges of rebellion, sedition, misuse of public funds, disobedience and breach of trust relating to Catalonia'sindependence campaign.
The broadcaster says the four deposed cabinet ministers also reported to police.
The central government responded by dismissing Mr Puigdemont's executive, imposing direct rule and calling fresh Catalonia elections on December 21.
Puigdemont, who considers himself the rightful leader of Catalonia, has said he went to Belgium not to flee the Spanish court system, but rather to seek European support for his region's independence bid.
Puigdemont's lawyer in Brussels had previously said that his client plans to fight extradition to Spain without requesting political asylum.
Mr Puigdemont has said he would be willing to co-operate with the Belgian judiciary but that he had lost confidence in Spanish justice, which he claimed has become politicised.
ISIS pushed from last major Iraqi stronghold
Haider al-Abadi congratulated the army on Friday for seizing the district in such a short time, Efe news reported. Located in Anbar province, al-Qaim was the most important population centre in Iraq to remain under IS control.
Explosion at Indian power plant kills 16, injures dozens
Other units at the plant are either under scheduled maintenance or are not operating now due to lack of demand, NTPC said. The NTPC has launched a probe to ascertain what caused the blast that has led to the colossal tragedy.
The Belgian judge has until tonight NZT to make a decision on whether to keep Puigdemont and four ex-officials from his government in custody after their surrender to police in Brussels triggered a 24-hour deadline, according to Gilles Dejemeppe, a spokesman for the Brussels prosecutor office.
Also on Thursday, six other Catalan lawmakers appeared in a parallel session in the Supreme Court, where they were given a week to prepare their defense ahead of a new hearing on November 9.
President of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, looks on during a government meeting at the Palau de la Generalitat building on October 17, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. But, he said, the main goals must be to recover the self-rule of the region and the release of the jailed separatists, not another immediate attempt to culminate the independence drive. He said the Spanish courts "can't guarantee a fair and independent sentence that will be free of the enormous weight and influence of politics".
Catalonia's push for independence has triggered Spain's worst political crisis in decades.
"We want to send a message to Europe that even if our president is still in Brussels and all our government now is in Madrid jailed, that the independence movement still isn't finished", 24-year-old protester Adria Ballester said in Barcelona.
Firms raised prices at a sharper rate to end-consumers than their costs rose, signaling a pickup in inflation over coming months. Business optimism softened even further below its long-run trend and lower than average in the first half of 2017.
Shares of Sprint and T-Mobile tumbled Monday after rumors emerged that merger talks between the two companies were fizzling. T-Mobile, meanwhile, has provided Deutsche Telekom with growth at a time when the European market has been stagnant.
The boy has been taken to Lurie Children's Hospital, where his condition has improved from critical condition to being stabilized. In a nonfatal attack, a 24-year-old man was wounded in a shooting in the South Side's Grand Crossing neighborhood, police said.
The Kentucky State Police reacted to Rand's habitation at 3:21 p.m., as indicated by an official statement from the organization. According to the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure, Boucher is a retired physician, as of February, 2015.
More than 40 million fire extinguishers in the USA and Canada are being recalled because they might not work in an emergency. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled 37.8 million fire extinguishers because they might not work in an emergency.
A ballistic missile launched from Yemen was intercepted northeast of Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh, according to local media. The Saudi air force shot down the alleged weapon on Saturday, Al Arabiya reports, adding that no damage has been caused.
In the caption, Laura accused the women of "rubbing [the attack] in everyone's faces" by "aimlessly walking around in hijabs ". The Uzbek citizen living in Tampa, Florida had recently been staying in New Jersey, where the truck was rented, reports said.
Some of them were included in prior recalls in March 2009 and February 2015 , while others were sold more recently. Sixteen of those incidents resulted in injuries, including burns and smoke inhalation, the CPSC said .
Aoun's office said he would wait for the Prime Minister to return to Beirut to discuss the circumstances of his resignation. Hariri meanwhile backs opposition to Assad and enjoys the support of Tehran's regional rival Saudi Arabia.
Mr Boyce said: "We became aware of the (alleged) victim on October 25". "We're happy with where the case is right now". But Boyce said detectives were working collaboratively with the district attorney's office on this case.
Races aren't the only unique feature of Battle for Azeroth , though, as players will also discover uncharted islands. There's no timeframe for launch, but the experience should be welcome from WoW players pining for the old days.
SC to decide if LG is administrative boss of Delhi
The government said it would not act against such persons until the Supreme Court finally disposes off the matter. The higher the degree of power, the higher the degree of trust, he argued before the Constitution bench.
Deadline for Bank account-Aadhaar linking extended to March 31
Social activists have petitioned the court to restrain the Centre from linking Aadhaar to bank accounts and mobile phone numbers. A nine-judge bench had recently ruled that Right to Privacy was a Fundamental Right under the purview of Indian Constitution .
French Soccer Player Sent Off For Kicking One Of His Own Fans
The 36-year-old had been named as a substitute for the game in Portugal but was sent back to the dressing rooms before kickoff. He was ushered away by his team-mates soon after the incident but he will now face nearly certain sanction by UEFA.
Colts' Andrew Luck goes on injured reserve
Luck underwent surgery on his right shoulder in the offseason and was expected to return for the start of the regular season. He played in seven games in 2015, fought through injuries to play 15 games in 2016, and will now miss all of 2017.