AFP: Stop 'escalation,' Spain PM urges Catalan separatists as protest continues

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20 September 2017 | 23:27
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Madrid. Spain's prime minister called Wednesday on Catalan separatists to stop their "escalation" as several thousand people took to the streets of Barcelona to protest at Madrid's attempts to derail a banned referendum on independence, AFP reported.

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