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    The Confrontation Between Madrid and Barcelona

    The Catalans voted for independence from Spain on October 1 at a referendum. Following the historic result of the voting, Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont said on October 10 he wanted to follow the people's will for Catalonia to become a sovereign state.

    Explore the history of Catalonia and its attempts to achieve independence in our infographic.

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