Moving Moment Mourning Barcelona Dwellers Come Together To Sing Following Attack

Moving Moment Mourning Barcelona Dwellers Come Together To Sing Following Attack

Moving Moment Mourning Barcelona Dwellers Come Together To Sing Following Attack

Investigators are focusing on a group of at least 12 suspects believed to be behind the attacks.

In one of the worst acts of jihadi terrorism since the Madrid bombings of 2004, a van crashed into a crowd in the Las Ramblas district of Barcelona, killing 13 people and wounding more than 80 on Thursday. Three were arrested, one is unaccounted for, and another is one of the dead suspects, Oukabir. His brother, Driss, reported his documents stolen to police in Ripoll. He has no police record.

He was one of three suspects still being hunted Saturday, one of whom was identified by police as Moroccan-born Younes Abouyaaqoub, 22, from Ripoll, a town northwest of Barcelona.

Pawley said of Thursday's attack: "There was police everywhere and ambulances, the shops started putting the shutters down".

The ruins of the house in Alcanar, a quiet beach town about 125 miles south of Barcelona, may hold the key to unraveling the plans and methods of the terror cell.

That detonation is reported to have killed one man, and seriously injured another, who has since been arrested.

The Spanish Police killed five terror suspects in the coastal city of Cambrils.

Explosives experts brought in a bulldozer Saturday to clear rubble before conducting a number of controlled explosions at the site in Alcanar's Montecarlo area.

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Family members or government officials have said another two Italians, a Belgian and a Canadian are also among the dead following the attack in Barcelona.

It was the latest of a string of attacks across Europe in the past 13 months in which militants have used vehicles as weapons - a crude but deadly tactic that is near-impossible to prevent and has now killed almost 130 people in France, Germany, Britain, Sweden and Spain. King Felipe and Queen Leticia traveled to Barcelona's hospital to visit the injured victims of the attack. In addition to the USA, the list ranges from Germany and Australia to Kuwait and Peru.

Police say they have arrested four men suspected of having a role in the attacks.

"We express our deepest sympathies to the loved ones of this individual" and to others who suffered from the attack, Tillerson said.

"We have just come back to the hotel, as we were caught up in the arena attack - can't believe it".

It narrowly misses hitting people - including a couple pushing a buggy.

Barcelona resident Jordi Laparra, 55, witnessed the attack. "If I had noticed something odd, I would have been the first person to call the police".

In total 14 people are confirmed dead in the two attacks claimed by ISIS. She had lived in Barcelona for a decade.

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Gathered in the sunny Placa de Catalunya, a crowd clapped in unison and chanted, "I am not afraid", as they marched toward Las Ramblas, reclaiming the area from yesterday's violence. NPR has been unable to confirm the reports.

The manhunt continued more than 36 hours after the driver was seen fleeing the tourist hotspot on foot.

That's exactly what a man of around 60 said.

Around 3 a.m. local time Friday, five men drove a auto through a roadblock and plowed down a walkway along the beach in the resort town that is about 75 miles south of Barcelona.

Europol, the European Union's law enforcement agency, said on Saturday that they were investigating if Friday's knife attack in Finland that left two people dead and seven others wounded had any ties to the deadly vehicle attacks in Spain. "They got out of the vehicle, they stabbed another pedestrian".

The cell was reportedly planning a larger assault on the Spanish city when an accidental explosion, likely from a botched homemade bomb, on Wednesday night forced them into a more hurried attack. The blast leveled the structure.

"We can't say the investigation is finished until we locate or detain all those who we think form part of this terror cell", he said at a separate briefing.

The 61-year-old, from Zaragoza, north-east Spain, was with her husband and sister, who were both injured in the attack, according to Radio Television Espanola.

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Authorities said the attacks in Barcelona and the seaside resort of Cambrils were related and the work of a large cell that had been plotting for a long time from Alcanar, 200km from Barcelona. One Spanish officer killed four of the suspects himself.

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