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a region of northeastern Spain

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That's not really likely, given that Sanchez talked tough in the election campaign over the threat of Catalonian independence.
The King has encouraged the Spanish government to launch a crackdown on the Catalonian population, even going to the extent of driving into exile the leader of the Catalan people, Carles Puidgemont, who is daily facing the threat of re-arrest and extradition to Madrid as a consequence of the European Union standing by Madrid against Barcelona.
The man had entered the police station in Cornella "with the aim of attacking the agents", Catalonian police said on Twitter, Sputnik reported.
CATALONIAN theatre group La Fura dels Baus will be performing in Ireland for the first time in their 40-year history.
Peter Sorger, the Otto Krayer Professor of Systems Biology and head of the Program in Therapeutic Science at Harvard Medical School; and Josep Tabernero, head of medical oncology at Vall d'Hebron Barcelona Hospital, director of Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO), and head of research innovation for the Catalonian Cancer Centers Network.
The Spanish Football Federation President, Javier Tebas, has revealed earlier that Catalonian clubs, including Barcelona, will not continue competing in the Spanish League if Catalonia gains its independence from Spain, according to Marca.
Catalonian independence has been one of the key foreign events lately.
The EU bureaucrats have failed to protest at the Spanish government treatment of the Catalonian separatists.
Former Catalonian vice-president Oriol Junqueras, former cabinet member Joaquim Forn and two leaders of civic groups ANC and Omnium Cultural, faced with charges of sedition, have been refused bail, Spain's supreme court said on Monday.
The Catalonian authorities asked for talks with Spain but Rajoy has instead opted to take direct control of the region, and has basically overthrown its government.
The Catalonian separatists, despite their brave words, have capitulated and their leaders have fled into exile.
Even though Spain's wealthiest region has a bigger economy than Greece, Portugal and Finland, relatively unfazed Spanish and Catalonian assets to date shows markets are treating the crisis over Catalonia as a largely domestic issue with few if any systemic sovereign, banking or euro wide threats.
Summary: The Lebanese government stated its support for Spanish unity Saturday as the issue of Catalonian independence escalated.
Tensions in Spain are high as the country navigates what to do about Catalonian independence.
The Euro continues to decline pushed lower by the Catalonian referendum, sparking fresh worries after the recently concluded German elections where Angela Merkel's conservative alliance lost significant ground.