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Spain's Supreme Court sent nine Catalan leaders to prison for up to 13 years for their role in a failed independence bid. The decision triggered protests that shut down the airport.

Protests Erupt After Spain Imprisons Catalan Leaders

By Lucia Benavides NPR
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