Police have arrested several terror suspects after vehicle attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils killed at least 14 people and injured scores. Authorities are probing the link between the strikes and an explosion in Alcanar.
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The terror attack in Barcelona has not prevented locals and tourists from taking to the streets and showing their solidarity. Anna Gumbau reports from the Catalonian capital.
The attack in Barcelona and the incident in Cambrils could very well have political consequences for the future of Catalonia. Independence efforts may suffer a major setback, reports Stefanie Müller in Madrid.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has issued a message of defiance after Thursday's terrorist attacks in and around Barcelona, which killed 14 people and injured hundreds. Many international leaders offered condolences.
In Catalan, Spanish and English, responses flooded social networks in the aftermath of the Catalan attacks. Voices from music, arts, and culture expressed condolences and sympathy, often through touching images.
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Jihadi terrorism in Europe aims to strengthen recruiting networks, says DW's Luis García Casas.
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