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Jailed Catalan leaders attend opening session of Spain's new parliament
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Catalan president visits fellow independence leaders in prison
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Catalonia celebrates "La Diada" today, and separatists are marking the occasion with a show of strength in the streets. It's the first National Day since the region declared independence last year and kicked off constitutional chaos.
Spain rejects mediators call for dialogue as ETA disbands
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Basque separatist group ETA announces formal end to fight for independence
The group killed around 850 people trying to gain independence for northern Spain and southern France.
Victims of ETA react after the Basque separatist group announces its dissolution
ETA killed 853 people in its armed campaign to create an independent Basque state in northern Spain and southern France.
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European intervention in the Catalan crisis is unavoidable amid a systematic bias against secession in the interpretation of Spanish law, says an advisor to the European Parliament.