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Testimony from prosecuted leaders set to continue after cross-examination of former vice president Junqueras and former minister Forn
Jordi Cuixart's lawyer says charges "lack veracity," while Catalan political figures question trial's purpose
Officials report "humiliations" during their transfer to Madrid and "extreme conditions" in their new cells
Sànchez says prosecutor will have to back claims with "facts," while Romeva says it is a chance to speak "directly" to people in Spain
Seven keys for their defense include lack of violence, no public money spent on referendum, legality of independence vote and "violation of rights" by Spain
Chinese artist and dissident says it’s "ironic that there are political prisoners in today’s Europe"
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Human Rights NGO calls year-long detention "unjustifiable"