A terrorist attack in the heart of Barcelona's tourist hotspot could scare travelers for awhile - but not for very long.
Police in Barcelona said roughly one million people have taken to the streets for the region's "Diada" day. Catalan separatists are hoping to build momentum for a new independence bid after last year's failed attempt.
Now tourists can digitally trace the history of the German capital. The new app ABOUT BERLIN takes you to authentic locations and touching events throughout Berlin on the path of freedom.
Quim Torra called on citizens to march for the independence cause in the upcoming regional celebrations. He said his government was open to dialogue, but would 'never renounce their right to self-determination.'
The Catalan Mossos force said a man was killed at a police station. The incident took place just after Barcelona had marked the first anniversary of the terrorist attack in Las Ramblas boulevard.
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