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a region of northeastern Spain

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Franco was no friend to the Catalonians, the seven million or so who live in the region that sits in the northeast of Spain, hugging the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees Mountains.
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.
An ad encouraging Catalonians to vote in the October 1st referendum.
Besides making history, the Catalonians also successfully avenged their heartbreaking 26-25 semi-final loss in the hands of the Germans at the 2015 tournament which ended their dreams of a third successive victories back then.
While speaking about Catalonia during the program, Arda said he respects the views of the Catalonian people and wishes that problems in Turkey could be solved in the same way, referring to discussions between the Catalonians and the Spanish government to solve disputes.
But the issue is politically fraught, with many lawmakers arguing that Catalonians alone cannot decide something that affects all of Spain.
Mas hit back, saying Catalonians "must be consulted next year on their political future".
The term "Kastila" is a bit more accurate because it refers to "Castilian" as a language and as a population group found in Spain, different from the Catalonians (Barcelona is in the Catalonian part) and the Basques.
One of the major influences in his music, says Evans, was Cuba, because so many Catalonians had gone to the Caribbean and come home rich during the colonial period.
Chelsea lost out to the Catalonians in the semi-finals in 2009 when Andres Iniesta scored in injury time at Stamford Bridge.
Avoid confusing Catalonians by changing The Bull Ring to the more accurate Birmingham Shopping Centre'.
Robson knows only too well the fierce pride the Catalonians have in their homeland.
While the Catalonians may feel that their distinctive language and culture are sufficient for a separate state, most Spaniards rightly say that Catalonia has been part of their nation for years before Columbus set sail over the horizon.
However, the attempts to stop the referendum will have deepened the convictions of pro-independence Catalonians that for the sake of their nation and their children they should try and break from Spain.
MADRID, Oct 1 (KUNA) -- Authorities in Catalonia declared on Sunday that 465 persons were wounded in clashes with police outside polling stations where Catalonians were casting their vote for secession of Catalonia from Spain's motherland.