Two terrorist attacks have rocked Spain, leaving 14 innocent people dead and scores of others injured.
Here’s what we know so far:
- The first attack began shortly after 5pm local time (4pm BST), when a white Fiat van sped through Las Ramblas, a busy street in Barcelona.
- At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 injured as the driver ploughed into people along a 500m stretch of the pedestrianised area.
- The driver then fled, leaving a scene of widespread panic, with crowds running in waves away from the area.
- Citizens of 34 countries were among those killed and injured in Barcelona, including 35-year-old Italian holidaymaker Bruno Gulotta, who was the first to be named, and one Belgian national confirmed to have died.
- The Foreign Office said a “small number” of Britons were injured and that additional staff had been sent to the city.
- The French foreign ministry said 26 French nationals were injured, including 11 seriously.
- Police made two arrests in connection with the incident, including Driss Oukabir, a 28-year-old Moroccan who is believed to have rented the van.
- But the driver is believed to be still on the run.
- Eight hours later terrorists struck again, this time in Cambrils, a coastal town and resort 68 miles (109km) down the coast from Barcelona.
- In the second attack, a gang of five men wearing suicide belts rammed civilians with a car before being shot dead by police.
- Seven people including a police officer were injured in Cambrils.
- A woman who was critically injured in the second attack later became the 14th fatality of the Spanish atrocity.
- Four of the attackers were shot dead at the scene and a fifth died later of his injuries.
- Of the six civilians caught up in the Cambrils attack, two were said to be in a serious condition.
- Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the Barcelona attack, the deadliest in Spain since more than 190 people died in the 2004 Madrid train bombs.