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- Live Police hunt Barcelona driver after deadly vehicle attacks video
- Police shot and killed five people wearing fake bomb belts who staged a deadly car attack in a seaside resort in Spain's Catalonia region Friday, just hours after a van plowed into pedestrians on a busy Barcelona promenade.
- Analysis For ISIS, Barcelona is another trophy to add to tally of attacks on Europe's iconic sites
- The deadly attack on locals and tourists walking through Barcelona's Las Ramblas district is part of a strategy on the part of ISIS to target popular destinations in major cities across Europe and a signal that any major metropolitan area could be hit, say some who have studied similar attacks.
- Live Blog Follow the latest updates from deadly attacks in Spain
- Police in Spain are investigating vehicle attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils that killed 14 people and injured more than 100 others. Spanish officials have called both attacks acts of terrorism.
- Missouri politician posts she hopes 'Trump is assassinated'
- Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is calling for the resignation of a Missouri legislator who posted on Facebook, 'I hope Trump is assassinated!'
- Historians say removal not the only way to deal with racist relics
- As momentum builds to rip down monuments and rename buildings that are deemed racist relics of the past, some historians say offensive memorials should remain intact to deepen education and even bridge divides.