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000_1LM163.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers stand guard in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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000_1LM162.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers stand guard in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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000_1LM17M.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM17L.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM17C.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15V.jpg1 viewsA woman stands outside of a burned and looted supermarket in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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000_1LM15O.jpg2 viewsPartial view of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15L.jpg2 viewsPartial view of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15K.jpg2 viewsView of a supermarket after been burned and looted during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15J.jpg2 viewsView of a supermarket after been burned and looted during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM05Z.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) and PP parliamentary spokesperson Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo (3L) speak with Spanish policemen outside the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LM05Q.jpg0 viewsFlowers given by citizens hang form the balcony of the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LM1MQ.jpg0 viewsLebanese men smoke nargileh during demonstration to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 in downtown Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LM0Z1.jpg1 viewsView of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM0YY.jpg1 viewsView of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM0YW.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers stand guard in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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000_1LM0YV.jpg1 viewsPartial view of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LL946.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture released by the Moncloa Palace on October 21, 2019 shows Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (C) visiting the Santa Creu i Sant Pau hospital in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Fernando.Calvo / LA MONCLOA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HANDOUT / MONCLOA PALACE / FERNANDO CALVO" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LL941.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture released by the Moncloa Palace on October 21, 2019 shows Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (C) and Spanish interior minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska (2L) visiting the Police headquarters in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Fernando.Calvo / LA MONCLOA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HANDOUT / MONCLOA PALACE / FERNANDO CALVO" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LL642.jpg0 viewsHong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam (C) exits the Kowloon Mosque, or Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre, in the Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on October 21, 2019. - Lam and the city's chief of police visited a mosque that was struck with blue dye from a water cannon truck during the latest bout of violent protests in the international hub. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP)
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000_1LL93T.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture released by the Moncloa Palace on October 21, 2019 shows Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (R) visiting the Police headquarters in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Fernando.Calvo / LA MONCLOA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HANDOUT / MONCLOA PALACE / FERNANDO CALVO" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LL91N.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers guard the streets in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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000_1LL84Y.jpg0 viewsPeople hold placards reading "Occupation forces Out" during a demonstration in front of the Spanish Government delegations on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LL84J.jpg0 viewsA man flashes the Victory sign to protesters holding placards reading "Occupation forces Out" during a demonstration in front of the Spanish Government delegations on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LL74S.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsA masked Lebanese Shiite Muslim protester prepares to participate in blocking a road leading to the Martyr's square in the capital Beirut's downtown district on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LL74O.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsA Lebanese member of the civil society clears rubbish in front of the governmental palace in the capital Beirut's downtown district following a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LL74M.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsProtesters block the northern entrance of the Lebanese capital Beirut with barricades on October 21, 2019 following a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LL74L.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsProtesters block the northern entrance of the Lebanese capital Beirut with barricades on October 21, 2019 following a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LL74J.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsChildren help Lebanese members of the civil society clear rubbish on a street in the capital Beirut's downtown district following a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LL63Y.jpg0 viewsHong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam (C) exits the Kowloon Mosque, or Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre, in the Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on October 21, 2019. - Lam and the city's chief of police visited a mosque that was struck with blue dye from a water cannon truck during the latest bout of violent protests in the international hub. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP)
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000_1LL9Z8.jpg0 viewsA soldier stand guard in front of a subway station in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte / AFP)
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000_1LL9YW.jpg0 viewsPeople wait to take a bus in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte / AFP)
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000_1LL9W8.jpg1 viewsView of Bellavista Metro Station without service after being burned during protests in Valparaiso, Chile, on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LL9V4.jpg0 viewsView of Bellavista Metro Station without service after being burned during protests in Valparaiso, Chile, on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LL9IE.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers guard the streets in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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000_1LL8ZV.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) meets supporters outside the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LL8ZL.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) and PP parliamentary spokesperson Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo (3L) speak with a Spanish policemen outside the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LL8ZI.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) and PP parliamentary spokesperson Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo (3L) speak with a Spanish policeman outside the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LL8ZD.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) and PP parliamentary spokesperson Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo (L) speak with a Spanish policeman outside the Police headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LL8ZB.jpg0 viewsPeople hold placards reading "Spain: Sit and Talk" during a demonstration called by "Tsunami Democratic" in front of the Spanish Government delegations on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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