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> Barcelona is braced for more protests after scuffles broke out on Sunday night. That following the detention of former Catalan's secessionist leader, Carles Puigdemont. The man behind the Spanish region's failed bid for independence was stopped by police in Germany. He was on his way back to Brussels where he's been in self-imposed exile since last year.
A German judge will now decide whether he can be extradited on a European arrest warrant requested by Madrid. Puigdemont is believed to be inside this prison in Neumunster in the north of the country, according to German news agency DPA. He entered Germany from Denmark after attending a conference in Finland on Friday.
Puigdemont faces up to 25 years in prison on charges of rebellion and sedition. That for organizing an illegal referendum for Catalonia, and unilaterally declaring independence last October.