Catalonia villagers report intimidation by far-right activists

People in the Catalonia countryside say cars’ tires have been slashed and windows broken since Sunday's vote.

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    While much of the focus from the Catalan secession referendum has been on the region's capital, Barcelona, there are claims in smaller villages of a campaign of intimidation by far-right activists.

    People in the Catalonia countryside say cars' tires have been slashed and windows broken since Sunday's vote.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from the village of Verzhas.


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