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Police Clash With Catalonian Referendum Voters Leaves Hundreds Injured

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Clashes erupted between police and Catalan voters as they cast ballots in an independence referendum outlawed by Spain.

Hundreds of people were injured, local authorities said, as Spanish police dragged people from polling stations and fired rubber pellets at crowds.

 


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