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Spain asks Catalonia for independence clarification, hints at nixing region's autonomy

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News video: Spain: Politicians take sides over Catalonia crisis

Spain: Politicians take sides over Catalonia crisis 01:15

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is poised to suspend Catalonia’s autonomy and impose direct rule, over the restive region’s independence moves. Rajoy is to hold a special cabinet meeting on Saturday that could trigger the move. Invoking Article 155 will be an act unprecedented since...

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