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Catalonia's parliament declares independence from Spain in defiance of the Madrid government.

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    1. Catalonia declares independence

    2. Catalan separatist flags are held up as fireworks go off in Sant Jaume Square in front of the Catalan regional government headquarters during celebrations after the Catalan regional parliament declared independence from Spain in Barcelona.

    3. People celebrate with cava (sparkling wine) in the Basque town of Durango. REUTERS/Vincent West

    4. People wave Esteladas (Catalan separatist flags) during celebrations in Sant Jaume square in Barcelona. REUTERS/Juan Medina

    5. People react at Sant Jaume Square in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    6. Pro-unity demonstrators wave Spanish and Catalan flags during a protest in Barcelona. REUTERS/Albert Gea

    7. A pro-unity demonstrator is stopped by Catalan Regional Police officer during a protest in Barcelona. REUTERS/Albert Gea

    8. A man displays a scarf featuring an Estelada (Catalan separatist flag) design, as he reacts at Sant Jaume Square in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    9. People celebrate in front of the Catalan regional government headquarters in Barcelona. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

    10. A ferry boat rented by the Spanish government to accommodate Spanish police reinforcements to Catalonia is seen in the Port of Barcelona. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

    11. Firemen shout slogans under an Estelada (Catalan separatist flag) during a march in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    12. People react as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    13. People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona. REUTERS/Juan Medina

    14. Fireworks are set off in front of the Catalan regional government headquarters during celebrations. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

    15. People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament passes the vote of independence from Spain in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    16. People celebrate after the Catalan regional parliament declares the independence from Spain in Barcelona. REUTERS/Juan Medina

    17. People gather as they watch on giant screens a plenary session outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    18. A woman reacts while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    19. People display Catalan separatist flags during a demonstration outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    20. People react while the Catalan regional parliament votes for independence of Catalonia from Spain in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman

    21. People rest during a demonstration outside the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona. REUTERS/Yves Herman