Scuffles in Barcelona between far-right & counter-protesters following terrorist attack

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A total of eight people died in the attack and more than 40 were wounded.

Economic news: The market ignored a reading of consumer sentiment for August that was its highest since January at 97.6, compared with 93.4 in the prior month.

- One person was killed and seven others were injured.

The terror attacks drew global condemnation.

He said the terrorists "seek to change people's ways through fear and terror, underestimate the resilience of good people and the fundamental decency of the men and women they attack". "So we condemn racism and bigotry in all its forms".

The decision whether to drop Mr Bannon was more than just a personnel matter. An American, Jared Tucker, a pool company owner from California, was also among the dead.

A manhunt is underway for the remaining perpetrators of two vehicle attacks that killed at least 14 people in the Catalonia region of Spain over the past 24 hours.

The Prime Minister said that "as long as the terrorists underestimate the spirit of the societies they seek to undermine, they will lose". The regional police told the Associated Press that they had not distributed the photograph.

Four people have been arrested - one in Alcanar and three in Ripoll. These involved the vehicles ploughing into pedestrians in Barcelona and Cambrils. Dozens have been arrested in recent years and yet this cell somehow managed to evade detection. "It's been Barcelona's turn today", Carles Puigdemont, president of Catalonia's government.

Vanbockrijck, 44, was traveling with her family when she was killed.

But he followed it with a caveat, saying the US does "not honor, nor do we protect or accept, hate speech in any form".

"Unfortunately, Spaniards know the absurd and irrational pain that terrorism causes".

White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday would be Mr Bannon's last day on the job. "If someone is banging a drum in the corner of the room then we're going to look at the drum", said Mike Antonelli, equity sales trader at Robert W. Baird & Co, referring to the seasonally lightly traded August trading period. "It was brutal. A very tough image to see".

Their amateurism is a common feature of ISIS-inspired attacks, unlike al Qaeda which prided itself on executing large, complicated and high-casualty assaults like the 2004 coordinated train bombings in Madrid that killed 192 and injured an estimated 2,000. "He zigzagged from side to side into the kiosks, pinning as many people as he could, so they had no escape".

Barcelona's most famous street Las Ramblas was packed with tourists when a van drove into the crowds, leaving scenes of carnage. It was such a chaotic situation.

The restaurant was thought to be the initial place where the terrorists were holed up as the police initially surrounded it after the suspects ran on foot. "We grew from that and put protection and barriers around buildings", he said. "And [terrorists] do have to shock, they do have to awaken people". Rajoy has declared three days of national mourning. Vanbockrijck's husband and sons escaped Thursday's attack unhurt.

Their tactics, however, indicate how difficult it is to prevent this kind of attack. "Be tough and strong, we love you!"

The club also said that players will wear shirts with 'Barcelona' replacing individual names on the back for Sunday's game at the club's 99,354-capacity Camp Nou home. "We will remain united and determined".

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