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The following work chronicles the ongoing Catalan struggle for independence. Photographs with the (AP Photo/Daniel Cole) caption were shot on assignment for the Associated Press and published worldwide.
Pro independence demonstrators throw paint at Catalan police officers during clashes in Barcelona, Spain, on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Catalan separatists clashed with police on Saturday in downtown Barcelona as tensions increase before the anniversary of the Spanish region's illegal referendum on secession that ended in violent raids by security forces.
(AP Photo/Daniel Cole) A demonstrator supporting Spanish unity shouts slogans towards Catalonian separatists during a demonstration in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Police in Barcelona had to intervene on Sunday to keep apart a group of Catalan separatists and a march of those who support Spanish unity. Police formed a barrier to keep the opposing groups from reaching one another when the separatists rallied in a downtown square where the march in favor of the increased teaching of Spanish in local schools had planned to finish.
Youth carrying Catalan pro-independence flags on their shoulders get tickets for the subway on their way to a demonstration marking the Catalan National Day in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Catalan authorities have made a call to flood the streets of Barcelona later on Tuesday. Sept. 11, called "Diada," marks the fall of the Catalan capital to Spanish forces in 1714.
Demonstrators, some of them holding flares, march carrying "esteladas" or independence flags during the Catalan National Day in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Catalan separatist authorities have made a call to flood the streets of Barcelona later on Tuesday in a march calling for independence from Spain. The traditional march on the Sept. 11 "Diada," which remembers the fall of the Catalan capital to Spanish forces in 1714, is expected to attract this year hundreds of thousands of secession sympathizers.
Having just met outside the voting center, Victor helped walk Magda through the crowd and to the voting tables. “I saw her outside struggling, and because I myself don’t have a grandmother to help, I said, today Magda will be my grandmother” Oct. 1, 2017.
A massive crowd of over 200,000 people in Barcelona raise candles and phones during a five minute silence for Jordi&Jordi, the leaders of the largest civil societies in Catalonia who were imprisoned by a Spanish judge, Oct. 17, 2017. The leaders face charges of possible sedition for organizing protests on September 20th when the Spanish Guardia Civil arrested Catalan officials in various government offices in an attempt to foil the October 1st referendum.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters fill Barcelona's Via Laietana, Oct. 8, 2017. Organized by the Societat Civil Catalana, the march drew 350,000 atendees according to the Guardia Urbana and just under 1 million according to the organizers.
Muntsa Casas watches Catalan president Puigdemont's speech on a mega-screen in Barcelona on Oct. 10, 2017. After declaring independence the president suspended the declaration to pause for dialogue with Spain.
A tractor caravan organized by the Catalan Farmers Union arrives at the Puix de les Basses prison where ex-minister Dolors Bassa is held on charges of Rebellion against the Spanish state for her role in organizing the Catalan independence referendum, Aug. 22, 2018.