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Catalonia Referendum: Spain apologies to Catalans injured by police

The Spanish government has apologised to people injured by police during Catalonia's independence referendum. This is Madrid's first apology for the violence on Sunday, which injured hundreds. Catalan leader Charles Poog-de-mont will convene a parliamentary session on Tuesday, at which lawmakers will discuss a report on the violence Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

The War in Syria: Putin orders humanitarian pause in Ghouta

The War in Syria: Putin orders humanitarian pause in Ghouta

John Boyega tackles racism in 'Detroit'

John Boyega tackles racism in 'Detroit'

The War in Syria: UN Security Council to discuss Syria on Monday

The War in Syria: UN Security Council to discuss Syria on Monday

White supremacy rising

White supremacy rising

Heavy rains and flooding are inundating northeast Bangladesh

Heavy rains and flooding are inundating northeast Bangladesh

Russian forces turn focus to key Donbass city

Russian forces turn focus to key Donbass city

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

Biden in Seoul for joint approach to China and North

Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese claims victory

Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese claims victory

Gaza hospital giving bionic limbs to amputees

Gaza hospital giving bionic limbs to amputees

Underground city discovered in Türkiye's southeast

Underground city discovered in Türkiye's southeast

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

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