Catalan anti-secessionists concerned over future after referendum

The results of the referendum have left those Catalans who do not want to see their region leave Spain worried about what will happen next.

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    Catalonia, in northeastern Spain, held its second referendum on independence in three years on October 1. The region voted in favour of independence with 90 percent voting "Yes" in Sunday's referendum. The results of the referendum have left those Catalans who do not want to see their region leave Spain worried about what will happen next.

    Al Jazeera's Karl Penhaul reports from Barcelona.


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