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Catalan leaders did not engage in rebellion, Spanish court told

Catalan leaders did not engage in rebellion, Spanish court told  The Guardian

Lawyers for the Catalan separatist leaders on trial over their alleged role in the region’s failed independence bid have flatly denied their clients engaged in …

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