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Catalan protesters continue to clash with police in Barcelona

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Catalan protesters continue to clash with police in Barcelona

Catalan protesters continue to clash with police in Barcelona

Catalan protestors continue to clash with police in Barcelona, Spain.

Police have estimated more than 500,000 people joined the rally on Friday (October 18).

"A general strike was announced in Spain and five marches, all peaceful, converged on the Barcelona city centre, bringing the streets to a standstill", the filmer said.

Protest riots broke out in Barcelona amid continuing anger over the jailing of Catalan separatist leaders.

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