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'Significant number' of police sent to Spain's Catalonia ahead of election: PM

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019
A "significant number" of security forces will be sent to Catalonia ahead of Sunday's parliamentary elections to make sure that protests that have rocked the Spanish region do not disrupt the vote, acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday.
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