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Brazil: Thousands protest Bolsonaro’s COVID response

Spain's government is set to pardon the jailed Catalan separatists behind a failed 2017 independence bid, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says. Sanchez believes the controversial measure sends "a resounding message of the will for harmony and coexistence of Spanish democracy.”

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