Spain races to prevent Catalonia independence; The US and its guns
By France 24
07 October 2017 | 4:30 am
Panel of international journalists looks at the situation in Spain after the banned independence referendum in Catalonia; the worst mass shooting in the history of United States; Trump's remarks in Puerto Rico; the King of Saudi Arabia paying a surprise visito to the Kremlin; three US scientists getting the medicine prize, rewarded for their decades on chronobiology.
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