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One million march in Barcelona for Catalan independence

2017/09/12 | 13:45

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WAAR-DUHOK: Around one million people filled Barcelona’s streets Monday evening, according to local police, to mark the celebration of the region’s annual holiday and to demonstrate their support for Catalonia’s independence from Spain.

With less than three weeks until a proposed referendum on independence in the northeastern region of Spain, which is illegal according to ...

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