Spanish police injures hundreds for voting

Police violence in Catalonia

This Reuters photo shows a man who wanted to vote in Tarragona, Catalonia in the referendum, and was injured by Spanish police violence.

According to Dutch NOS TV, Spanish police, sent to Catalonia by the right-wing Rajoy minority government to stop referendum voting today, has injured over 465 human beings for voting.

Spanish police has attacked firefighters as well.

Catalan regional police, on the other hand, protects the many people who still want to vote. There are long queues at the polling stations.

UPDATE: Spanish police injures 761 people.

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