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Spain's PM meets Catalan separatist leader, sets out roadmap for talks

Reuters Thursday, 6 February 2020
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez met Catalonia's pro-independence regional leader on Thursday for the first time in over a year to outline an agenda for wider negotiations with the region that are due to kick off later this month.
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