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'Catalonia has no king,' separatist protesters say during Spanish royals' visit

Reuters Monday, 4 November 2019
Thousands of demonstrators banged on kitchen pots and chanted "Catalonia has no king!" on Monday to protest a visit by the Spanish royal family to the capital of the region that has been hit by weeks of separatist demonstrations.
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Barcelona increased it's security level amid the presence of Spanish royal family in the capital of Catalonia on Monday, where King Felipe and his family will attend the Princess of Girona Awards ceremony.

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