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Spain celebrates national day amid Catalan secession crisis

Seattle Times Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Spain celebrates national day amid Catalan secession crisisMADRID (AP) — Army troops and police are to march in Madrid as Spain’s celebrates its national day, amid one of the country’s biggest crises as its powerful northeastern region of Catalonia threatens independence. King Felipe VI is to preside over the colorful annual parade Thursday as Spain awaits a response to a government request […]
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News video: Spain marks national day with show of unity in Catalan crisis

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Anti-independence protesters take to the streets of Barcelona on Spain's national day amid the ongoing political crisis over Catalonia's independence.

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