A general strike by pro-independence campaigners in Catalonia has caused travel chaos in Barcelona.
The demonstrators were protesting against the jailing of ousted Catalan officials and activists by the Spanish government.
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More than 60 roads and highways were affected by the strike and dozens of local and national railway lines were also disrupted.
Many smaller shops were closed due to the strike, but larger shops and businesses were open as normal.
Meanwhile the Constitutional Court has annulled the unilateral declaration of independence that was declared by the Catalan Parliament on October 27th.
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