Catalonia's independence from Spain has few open backers in DC

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Catalonia's independence from Spain has few open backers in DC
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The relatively wealthy and Catalan-speaking region's government says more than 90 percent of people supported independence in the Oct.1 referendum, though turnout was under 50 percent as the Spanish government imported police to stop voting. National police dragged voters by their hair, threw them down stairs and fired rubber bullets as they confiscated ballots.

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