Spanish police confiscate Catalan referendum material

Spanish police have seized posters, promoting a planned referendum, on independence in Catalonia.

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    Spanish police have seized posters, promoting a planned referendum on independence in Catalonia.

    The controversial vote is planned for next month, but the Spanish central government has ruled it illegal.

    Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul reports from Berga, Spain.


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