Spanish police violence in Barcelona, video


This video shows today’s Spanish police violence in the El Guinardó neighbourhood in Barcelona at the request of the right-wing Rajoy minority government in Madrid to stop people from voting in the Catalan referendum.

Meanwhile, human rights organisations in Catalonia say police has injured at least 60 people for trying to vote.

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