The man behind the Barcelona terror attack on Thursday may still be alive and on the run, Spanish police believe after piecing together new clues about the terror cell responsible.
BJ Bethel Steve Bannon couldn't run the White House while he had an office in the West Wing, now he will try running it from behind his website.
Nick Miller "We are not afraid" was the message Barcelona wanted to send after terrorists struck the city.
Nick O'Malley As Donald Trump made his thoughts on the white supremacist rally clear, it's worth noting the Republican Party has long been waging an anti-democratic war on minority voters.
Craig Butt, Marissa Calligeros One of the Australian holidaymakers who witnessed the deadly van rampage in Barcelona was also among the first on the scene of Melbourne's Bourke Street tragedy earlier this year.
Nick Miller Barcelona was struggling to its feet on Friday after a day of terror at the height of the holiday season that left four Australians injured, two seriously, and another missing.
Latika Bourke Eyewitnesses of the deadly car rampage on Barcelona's popular Las Ramblas have told of hearing screams and seeing bodies, as a car ploughed into pedestrians just after 5pm local time.
Latika Bourke Barcelona, a city scrubbed with street art, bordered by sandy beaches, decked with rooftop pools and ribboned with meandering paved streets had 9 million tourists staying in its hotels last year.
Terror has struck the popular Spanish city of Barcelona with multiple fatalities and scores injured.
Craig Butt The only thing Alana Reader could do was hide. She dived behind a clothing rack, lay flat on the floor, and feared for her life.