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"The independence of Catalonia will come. It's something that nobody will stop." The president of the regional government of Catalonia, Quim Torra, on @TalktoAlJazeera 

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"The independence of Catalonia will come. It's something that nobody will stop." The president of the regional government of Catalonia, Quim Torra, on @TalktoAlJazeera 

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Catalan premier Quim Torra is standing trial for disobedience over his refusal to take down politically-charged signs from government buildings during the European and municipal election campaign

Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Catalonia latest: Quim Torra'>Premier Quim Torra today applauded the demonstrations in the region, but condemned the acts of violence, calling for inquiries into the actions of the police. He has once again called for dialogue with Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez

In a surprise trip to Barcelona on Monday morning, Spain's Pedro Sánchez visited hospitalized police officers but did not meet with the Catalan premier Quim Torra.

Spain's caretaker PM was in Barcelona on Monday to show his support for the police officers who were injured in the clashes with violent protesters. The independence movement wonders why he did not meet with Catalan premier Quim Torra.

Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Regional president Quim Torra called on the Spanish government to 'fix today a day and hour to sit with us for unconditional talks'

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Catalonia president Quim Torra has called for talks with the Spanish government after a fifth consecutive night of violence

Catalonia's pro-independence leader Quim Torra says a new vote will have to be held to decide on self-determination

Carles Puigdemont () and Quim Torra (): "It is our belief that the right to self-determination in Catalonia needs to be recognized in order to find any political solution. And international mediation will certainly be needed." | Opinion

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The new Spanish government must show its commitment to resolving the Catalan issue through actions, not just words, says the region’s president Quim Torra

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