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Barcelona Daily Newspaper La Vanguardia Opts for Gruesome Front-Page Terror Attack Photo

La Vanguardia, Spain's fourth largest daily newspaper, has been around since 1881. Today's front-page look will most certainly be remembered as both one of the saddest and most shocking issues in the publication's history. Reaction on social media in Europe to the image has been generally negative. For example, one French student tweeted that the...
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