BREAKING

Five suspects killed in second seaside terrorist attack hours after earlier massacre of 13

five suspects killed in second seaside terrorist attack hours after earlier massacre of 13

Hours after a white van killed 13 people, and injured 100 others, in the Las Ramblas tourist area of Barcelona city centre, a seaside town was hit by a second vehicle attack, leaving seven wounded.
International security services had warned Spanish authorities of planned Catalan attack.
► CAMBRILS
• Six bystanders were wounded, one critically and another seriously, in a second terror attack in which a vehicle was driven at pedestrians in an echo of the Barcelona attack.
• Police shot dead four suspects in the coastal town, around 75-miles south-west from Barcelona. A fifth, who was injured and arrested, has since died. Some were wearing what appeared to be explosive belts.
• A police officer was also slightly injured in the counter-terror operation.
► Barcelona
• 13 people – including one child – are now confirmed to have died after a van was driven into pedestrians in Las Ramblas.
• Around 100 people were injured, at least 15 of them seriously.
• Two men have been arrested – including Driss Oukabir, who was initially suspected of being the driver – but police have now said neither man was behind the wheel. They remain in custody.
• Police are still searching for the driver who remains at large.
► Alcanar
• Before the attack in Las Ramblas, one person was killed and at least one other wounded in an explosion that destroyed a house in Alcanar, around 125-miles south-west from Barcelona and 55-miles from Cambrils.
• The cause was initially thought to be a gas leak but police now say they are linking it to the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.