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Spain's Rajoy rules out independence but hints at constitutional reform
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy ruled out dialogue over independence Oct. 11, saying it is not possible to accept "the unilateral imposition of a point of view that is unacceptable to one of the parties."
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