Protesters march during a demonstration in Barcelona on March 25, 2018 after Catalonia's former president was arrested by German police. AFP / LLUIS GENE
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Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont was arrested Sunday in Germany five months after he went into self-imposed exile from Spain, where he faces up to 25 years in prison for organizing an illegal referendum.German magazine Focus said Spanish intelligence informed the BKA federal police that Puigdemont was on his way from Finland to Germany.The Spanish prosecutor's office said Sunday it was working closely with counterparts in Germany and EU agency Eurojust to provide all of the information needed to make the European arrest warrant for Puigdemont effective.
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