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Spain islands forced to trilingual education

Schools on Balearic Islands told they must introduce trilingual education, a move protesters call attack on Catalan.

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Schools on islands off Spain have been told they must introduce a trilingual system of education.

The controversial reforms have seen thousands of people on the streets in protest, as they call the move an attack on Catalan.

Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Majorca.

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