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Felipe VI becomes Spain's king, calls for unity with diversity

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Spain's new King Felipe VI arrives to appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Javier Lizon

Spain's new King Felipe VI arrives to appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Javier Lizon
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Anti-monarchy demonstrators shout slogans during a Republican protest, after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new King Felipe VI in Madrid, at the landmark Puerta del Sol square in Madrid June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Anti-monarchy demonstrators shout slogans during a Republican protest, after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new King Felipe VI in Madrid, at the landmark Puerta del Sol square in Madrid June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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An anti-monarchy demonstrator is detained by Spanish riot police during a Republican protest, after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new King Felipe VI in Madrid, at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol square June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

An anti-monarchy demonstrator is detained by Spanish riot police during a Republican protest, after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new King Felipe VI in Madrid, at Madrid's landmark Puerta del Sol square June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
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Republican demonstrators carry a Spanish Second Republic flag with text which reads "Republican Alternative", during a protest after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new king in Madrid, at the town hall square in Valencia June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Heino Kalis

Republican demonstrators carry a Spanish Second Republic flag with text which reads "Republican Alternative", during a protest after the swearing-in ceremony of Spain's new king in Madrid, at the town hall square in Valencia June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia wave to the crowd as they parade through the streets of Madrid from the Congress of Deputies to the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, was sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Fernando Villar/Pool

Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia wave to the crowd as they parade through the streets of Madrid from the Congress of Deputies to the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, was sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Fernando Villar/Pool
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A man holds a placard which reads "Down with the monarchy, No Bourbons, No Pujoles" in front of the Palau de la Generalitat in Barcelona June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

A man holds a placard which reads "Down with the monarchy, No Bourbons, No Pujoles" in front of the Palau de la Generalitat in Barcelona June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino
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Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
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Spain's new King Felipe VI, his wife Queen Letizia, Princess Sofia and Princess Leonor attend the swearing-in ceremony at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, was sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Juan Medina

Spain's new King Felipe VI, his wife Queen Letizia, Princess Sofia and Princess Leonor attend the swearing-in ceremony at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, was sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Spain's new King Felipe VI delivers his speech as he attends his swearing-in ceremony at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Medina

Spain's new King Felipe VI delivers his speech as he attends his swearing-in ceremony at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid, June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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People holding Spanish flags walk past a picture showing Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia hanging on a buiding's facade, downtown Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, will be sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

People holding Spanish flags walk past a picture showing Spain's new King Felipe VI and his wife Queen Letizia hanging on a buiding's facade, downtown Madrid, June 19, 2014. Spain's new king, Felipe VI, will be sworn in on Thursday in a low-key ceremony which monarchists hope will usher in a new era of popularity for the troubled royal household. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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