Catalonia referendum: 'Spanish authorities are the criminals'

As the Spanish region of Catalonia is voting in a referendum on independence that has faced serious opposition from the country’s central government, Spanish police have been accused of carrying out a brutal crackdown.

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    The Spanish region of Catalonia is voting in a referendum on independence that has faced serious opposition from the country’s central government. Spanish police have been accused of carrying out a brutal crackdown against those participating in the referendum.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Barcelona.


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