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Protesters gather in Madrid to demand the release of jailed rapper Pablo Hasel

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Demonstrators gather on Callao square in Madrid to protest against the jailing of a rapper for controversial tweets. Angry demonstrations erupted after police detained Pablo Hasel, 32, who was holed up in a Catalan university to avoid going to jail in a case that has raised concerns about free speech in Spain. IMAGES

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