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- Live Blog Follow the latest updates from Barcelona van attack
- Police in Catalonia, Spain, are investigating a van attack in Barcelona on Thursday and another incident early Friday in the seaside resort town of Cambrils.
- Perpetrators of 2nd attack south of Barcelona killed in shootout video
- The police force for Spain's Catalonia region says its troopers shot dead several suspects in a "terrorist attack" in the town of Cambrils they said was linked to Thursday's Barcelona van attack that left 13 people dead and more than 100 injured.
- Tearful reunion as Yazidi boy arrives in Winnipeg video
- A Yazidi mother and her 12-year-old son had an emotional reunion in Winnipeg early Thursday, three years after their family was separated when captured by ISIS in northern Iraq. She discovered last month that one of her missing sons was alive when she saw his photo on social media.
- Photos Dramatic scenes after attack in Barcelona's Las Ramblas district
- A van crashed into dozens of people in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district on Thursday, causing multiple fatalities and wounding numerous people, police say.
- RCMP says it has intercepted 3,800 asylum seekers crossing illegally into Quebec since Aug. 1 video
- To accommodate the growing number of migrants crossing into Quebec, federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau and Quebec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil have announced new measures for housing and security.