Catalan government says 90% voted for independence from Spain
Officials in Catalonia say 90% of those who turned out to vote in a referendum declared illegal by the central Spanish government backed independence. Turnout was estimated at 42%, per the Telegraph. Clashes between voters and police officers turned violent and 761 people sustained injuries, according to the local health service.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, per the FT: "My government, in the next few days will send the results of today's vote to the Catalan Parliament, where the sovereignty of our people lies."
Go Deeper: The clashes, in photos.