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Catalonia’s leader announced a declaration of independence but then suspended it. His announcement followed a controversial referendum vote. We explain why many, but by no means all, Catalans want self-rule, how their actions have angered people in the other parts of Spain and why the Spanish government insists that it’s impossible.

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  • Land lobsters confirmed
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