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Police trying to shut down a banned independence referendum in Catalonia have fired rubber bullets at protesters in Barcelona. Thousands of officers are deployed across the region with orders to seize ballot boxes. (01.10.2017)
Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez could win re-election on April 28. But a left-wing government is far from certain, with neither left nor right wing blocs on track to easily reach a majority.
DW's Conflict Zone put this question to Spain's foreign minister, Josep Borrell. During the heated discussion, the politician walked off the set, but came back to finish the interview after speaking to his aides.
Supporters of Catalan politicians on trial over an attempted secession from Spain have taken to the streets in Madrid. Catalan independence is set to play a major role in Spain's upcoming national election on April 28.
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