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Barcelona attack: Theresa May says the UK stands with Spain

18 Agosto 2017

The white Fiat van sped for one kilometre along the popular Las Ramblas pedestrian strip about 4.30pm on Thursday before crashing into a newspaper kiosk. Another witness said the van passed right by their building and called the scene "chaotic". The Daily Mail reported that several people were injured outside the restaurant.

And 'Frozen' star Idina Menzel posted: "Sending love to my friends in Barcelona".

"What happened once again confirms the need for a genuine unification of efforts by the entire world community in an uncompromising battle with the forces of terror", Putin said in a telegram of condolences to Spanish King Felipe VI, describing the incident as a "cruel and cynical crime".

Ms Bishop said 16 people had been killed.

"Canada condemns today's terror attack in Barcelona - our hearts, sympathies & support are with the victims and their families, ' tweeted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau".

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.

YWN was first to report that the attack occurred in front of "Maccabi", which is a Shomer Shabbos, Kosher restaurant. There was no immediate police confirmation of the report.

Pence calls the attack "horrific" and says the images of carnage he's seen "sicken us all". Britain has suffered two such attacks this year, near Parliament in March and at London Bridge and Finsbury Park in June.

"We saw everything. People started screaming and running into the office".

"It was quite terrifying". "The police are not letting anyone out". And he had his men load his rifles, and he lined up the 50 people, and they shot 49 of those people.

"Local authorities have advised people to stay inside and stay away from the Las Ramblas area of the city".

At least 100 people hospitalised after attack. The school has decided not to play its final game on the tour and is working on leaving Spain.

COLLEGE STATION - The Texas A&M women's basketball team and everyone accompanying the Aggies in Spain are safe following what police are treating as a terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain.

Barcelona attack: Theresa May says the UK stands with Spain