More than 800 injured in Catalonia when Spanish police crack down on independence vote


    
b_179_129_16777215_00_images_SPA171717aa005.jpegBARCELONA — Spanish riot police smashed into polling stations Sunday in the Catalonia region and wounded more than 800 people trying to vote on an independence referendum the government had banned as unconstitutional. 

Violence erupted shortly after polls opened in northeastern Spain's autonomous Catalonia region, with video showing Spanish police firing rubber bullets, using batons and roughing up voters.

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