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Spain's Sanchez hardens position on Catalonia ahead of election

Reuters Sunday, 14 April 2019
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who faces a national election in two weeks' time, has said he will act with "strength and proportion" against any attempt by Catalan separatists to repeat their 2017 independence bid.
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