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Spanish police arrest man over Barcelona attacks

Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan man suspected of cooperating with a cell that carried out the attacks that killed 16 people in Barcelona and a nearby seaside resort last month, Spain’s interior minister said Friday.

Moroccan authorities arrest Barcelona attackers’ suspected of supplier

Moroccan authorities have arrested a man suspected of supplying gas canisters to a jihadist cell that carried out a double attack in Catalonia on Aug. 16 that killed 16 people, a source from the Spanish investigation said.

Spain unites for 500,000-strong Barcelona march

About 500,000 people have marched in Barcelona in a huge public rejection of violence following a recent deadly attack in the Spanish city, chanting: "I'm not afraid."

Cell behind Spain twin attacks ‘dismantled’

The cell behind the deadly attacks in Spain that left at least 14 dead has been "completely dismantled", Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said, as police continued a manhunt for one remaining suspect.

New manhunt for Barcelona attack driver

The driver in Thursday’s van attack that killed 13 people in a tourist area of Barcelona may still be alive and on the run, Spanish police say.

Spanish Police declare four suspected terrorists wanted

The terrorist who drove the van which ploughed into crowds of pedestrians in Barcelona’s tourist district was among five jihadists shot dead last night by police, sources have revealed.

Spanish police in manhunt for driver who killed 13 in Barcelona rampage

Police on Friday hunted for the driver who rammed a van into pedestrians on an avenue crowded with tourists in Barcelona, leaving 13 people dead and more than 100 injured, just hours before a second assault in a resort along the coast.

Barcelona and Cambrils attacks linked to house explosion in Spain

The two terror attacks in Spain have been linked to a house explosion about 100 miles southwest of Barcelona.

Police kill suspected terrorists in Cambrils, near Barcelona

Spanish police early on Friday said they had killed the alleged perpetrators of a suspected "terrorist attack" in the town of Cambrils, south of Barcelona.

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