Spain moves closer to direct Catalonia rule

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy took the first step on Wednesday toward suspending Catalonia’s political autonomy and ruling the region directly to thwart a push for independence. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.

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Newly released data points to racism in Ontario jails

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Emergency services rescue whale in Marseille harbor

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Brexit must not be used to turn UK into a tax haven – Corbyn

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Financial, security woes undermine Libya’s oil recovery

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‘Big possibility’ Malaysian militant leader killed in Marawi

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The Philippine military says there's a “big possibility” that a top Malaysian militant, tipped to become Islamic State’s point man ...
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Catalonia crisis: Spain to trigger suspension of autonomy

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Chinese growth dips but remains on track

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Vote may have put independence out of reach for Iraqi Kurds

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India cracks down on air pollution as Diwali begins

India cracks down on air pollution as Diwali begins
The Indian government orders diesel generators and a power plant in Delhi to be shut down as air quality in ...
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Life after the 1987 Wall Street crash – 30 years later

Life after the 1987 Wall Street crash - 30 years later
Four Wall Street veterans recount the fateful day of October 19th, 1987, known as 'Black Monday;' still the single worst ...
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