Spanish PM calls for calm in Catalonia in campaign plea

Calls for democracy not violence as Spaniards prepare for their fourth general election in four years.

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    Spain's Prime Minister has called for democracy - not violence - in Catalonia on his final day of campaigning ahead of this year's second general election.

    Pedro Sanchez made the comments at a rally in Barcelona, where there has been anger over the jailing of separatist leaders.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports.


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