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More than 760 injured in clashes during Catalan independence vote
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More than 760 people were injured in clashes with police on Oct. 1 in the Catalonia region in northeast Spain during a vote on independence that the Spanish central government has called illegal.
More than 760 people were injured in clashes with police on Oct. 1 in the Catalonia region in northeast Spain during a vote on independence that the Spanish central government has called illegal.
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