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Protesters hold Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flags during a general strike in Catalonia called by Catalan unions in Barcelona, on October 3, 2017. Large numbers of Catalans are expected to observe a general strike to condemn police violence at a banned weekend referendum on independence, as Madrid comes under growing international pressure to resolve its worst political crisis in decades. / AFP PHOTO / PAU BARRENA


“Que nos escuchen”, piden manifestantes en Barcelona indignados por la violencia policial

People clash with Spanish police officers outside the Ramon Llull polling station in Barcelona October 1, 2017 during a referendum on independence for Catalonia banned by Madrid. Spanish riot police fired rubber bullets and forced their way into activist-held polling stations in Catalonia on Sunday as thousands flooded the streets to vote in an independence referendum banned by Madrid. / AFP PHOTO / Fabio Bucciarelli


Policías irrumpieron en centros de votación en Cataluña para impedir referéndum

People clash with Spanish Guardia Civil guards outside a polling station in Sant Julia de Ramis, where Catalan president was supposed to vote, on October 1, 2017, on the day of a referendum on independence for Catalonia banned by Madrid. More than 5.3 million Catalans are called today to vote in a referendum on independence, surrounded by uncertainty over the intention of Spanish institutions to prevent this plebiscite banned by justice. / AFP PHOTO / Raymond ROIG


Al menos 91 heridos en Cataluña en incidentes durante el referéndum