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Catalonia challenge awaits Spain's next prime minister

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019
The fight over Catalan independence has been thrust to the forefront of Spanish politics ahead of elections on Sunday, with street clashes, torched cars and smashed windows fuelling a hardening stance against separatists amongst political parties.
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