What we know so far about the terror attack in Barcelona
Two terrorist attacks have rocked Spain, leaving 13 innocent people dead and scores 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 14 people have been killed and more than 100 injured as the driver ploughed into people along a 500 metre 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 24 countries were among those killed and injured in Barcelona including one Belgian national confirmed to have died.
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 strike again, this time in Cambrils, a coastal town and resort 68 miles down the coast from Barcelona.
In the second attack, a gang wearing suicide belts rammed civilians with a car before being shot dead by police.
Seven people including a police officer were injured in Cambrils.
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.