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How young people are spearheading the Catalan independence movement

By France 24
29 September 2017   |   4:20 pm
The Spanish region of Catalonia is set to hold a referendum on independence on October 1st. Catalan leaders are pushing ahead with the vote in defiance of a ban by the central government in Madrid.

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