Espanha/Atentados Governo catalão divulga identidade do motorista

O conselheiro do Interior da Catalunha, Joaquim Forn, disse hoje “que tudo aponta para que o condutor da furgoneta” utilizada no ataque de Barcelona, na quinta-feira, seja “Younes Abouyaaqoub”. Mais

Testemunho de portugueses 'Estão a matar pessoas lá fora'

People hold written signs before observing a minute of silence for the victims of the Barcelona attack at Plaza de Catalunya on August 18, 2017, a day after a van ploughed into the crowd, killing 13 persons and injuring over 100 on the Rambla in Barcelona.
Drivers have ploughed on August 17, 2017 into pedestrians in two quick-succession, separate attacks in Barcelona and another popular Spanish seaside city, leaving 13 people dead and injuring more than 100 others. In the first incident, which was claimed by the Islamic State group, a white van sped into a street packed full of tourists in central Barcelona on Thursday afternoon, knocking people out of the way and killing 13 in a scene of chaos and horror. Some eight hours later in Cambrils, a city 120 kilometres south of Barcelona, an Audi A3 car rammed into pedestrians, injuring six civilians -- one of them critical -- and a police officer, authorities said. / AFP PHOTO / Pascal GUYOT

A frase da mulher não lhe sai da cabeça: "Estão a matar pessoas lá fora". Depois de assistir ao pós-atentado de quinta-feira em Barcelona desde o quarto de hotel, Jorge Humberto Bastos sente que está "a acordar de um pesadelo". Mais

Espanha/Ataques Balanço dos ataques sobe para 14 mortos

Uma mulher que foi ferida no ataque terrorista desta madrugada em Cambrils, Catalunha, morreu hoje, elevando para 14 o balanço de mortos dos ataques em Barcelona e Tarragona, anunciaram as autoridades de saúde regionais. Mais

Barcelona/Ataque Grupo 'jihadista' Estado Islâmico reivindica autoria

A girl leaves a cordoned off area after a van ploughed into the crowd, killing 13 persons and injuring over 50 on the Rambla in Barcelona on August 17, 2017.
A driver deliberately rammed a van into a crowd on Barcelona's most popular street on August 17, 2017 killing at least 13 people before fleeing to a nearby bar, police said. 
Officers in Spain's second-largest city said the ramming on Las Ramblas was a "terrorist attack" and a police source said one suspect had left the scene and was "holed up in a bar". The police source said they were hunting for a total of two suspects. / AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE

O grupo 'jihadista' Estado Islâmico (EI) reivindicou a autoria do atentado perpetrado hoje em Barcelona, nordeste de Espanha, que causou 13 mortos e mais de meia centena de feridos, segundo anunciou a sua agência Amaq. Mais