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Europe breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after Scotland voted to reject independence from Britain, easing fears of a separatist domino effect on the continent and the risk of a British exit from the EU.And while the Spanish government welcomed the referendum results, Catalans determined to break away from Spain pushed ahead defiantly for their own ballot on self-rule.Many European capitals had the jitters before the vote, worrying how they would deal with an independent Scotland's place in NATO and the EU, and about the effect on nationalist movements like in Spain's Catalonia.The Scotland decision was welcomed by EU countries, especially those confronting their own separatist issues.
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