Barcelona residents on Tuesday waited with bated breath to hear whether Catalan president Carles Puigdemont would follow through with his threat to declare independence. On the Las Ramblas boulevard -- Barcelona's most famous avenueShow More Summary
Spanish intelligence officials were warned of security threats on Las Ramblas weeks in advance, newspaper reports.
Hundreds of thousands marched in Barcelona for a peace rally after last week’s attack on Las Ramblas, the city’s most famous promenade.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Security footage released on Friday showed pedestrians narrowly avoiding a white van as it raced down Las Ramblas boulevard at high speed in a deadly militant attack in Barcelona on Aug. 17.
With a smile, two girls offer flowers to passers-by in Las Ramblas as the wounded heart of Barcelona forgets its divisions in the wake of a murderous van rampage. Gone -- at least temporarily -- is the eternal bickering over whetherShow More Summary
Last week, a van was driven into a group of pedestrians on La Rambla in Barcelona, Spain. La Rambla is a busy street which serves as a pedestrian mall, and
Last week, a van was driven into pedestrians on Las Ramblas in Barcelona, killing 13 and injuring at least 130 people, and the driver then killed a 14th victim in order to steal his car and escape. Later in the same day, five men from the same terrorist cell drove into pedestrians in nearby Cambrils, killing one woman and injuring six others. Show More Summary
Spanish police on Monday shot and killed the man who drove a rented van into crowds on Barcelona’s famous Las Ramblas boulevard last week, an attack that killed at least 13 people and wounded dozens more.
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The UK’s Daily Mail reports that police have killed Younes Abouyaaqoub, the 22-year-old suspected of driving a van through pedestrians on the Las Ramblas shopping district of Barcelona, Spain. After a four day man-hunt, a vineyard owner spotted a car driving at a high rate of speed through his vineyard and notified police. Roser Venura […]
Catalan officials believe the suspect on the run to be the driver of the van in the Las Ramblas attack.
It was quite the emotional scene before the start of Barca's La Liga campaign at Camp Nou
The family of the seven year old British-Australian boy who has been missing since Thursday’s attack, have confirmed he was killed in Barcelona. Julian Cadman was separated from his mother when the van tore through Las Ramblas.
There is no clash of civilisations but a crisis of cultures – and the key to healing them is youth The last of the shellshocked were being evacuated as I headed back toward Las Ramblas, Barcelona’s famed tourist-filled walkway whereShow More Summary
Moroccan-born Younes Abouyaaqoub is believed to have been driving the van that struck tourists on Las Ramblas.
(John Hinderaker) Once again, Europe has been struck by Islamic terrorism. In Barcelona, a van plowed into a crowd on one of the city’s most popular streets, Las Ramblas, killing 13 people and wounding more than 100. The driver of the van escaped. Show More Summary
Ian Moore Wilson, who was on holiday in Barcelona with his wife Valerie, described as ‘adventurous, generous and compassionate.' A Canadian grandfather is the latest victim of the Spain terror attacks to be named, after his daughter released a statement hailing the efforts of those who fought to save his life. Show More Summary
A manhunt is underway in Spain for the driver of a van that ploughed into tourists on Barcelona’s iconic Las Ramblas thoroughfare Thursday. Police previously said the man they believed drove the van in the terror attack which killed 13 people was Moussa Oukabir, 17. Oukabir was killed by police in...