Following the attacks in Barcelona claimed by IS, people in Spain are returning to everyday life. Residents, tourists and market traders in the city are refusing to be intimidated by terrorism.
Nine of the 12 Catalan separatist leaders are facing charges of rebellion for their role in a failed independence bid in 2017. Former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who led the campaign, is not among the defendants.
Police in Barcelona were looking into a terror threat after the US State Department warned travelers to avoid the city's Las Ramblas area. The authorities were reportedly searching for a 30-year-old Moroccan bus driver.
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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