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Live Reporting

By David Walker and Kelly-Leigh Cooper

All times stated are UK

  1. Live coverage ends

    We are now pausing our live updates following the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.

    Here are the main points:

    • The key suspect in the Barcelona attack, Moussa Oukabir, was among five people shot dead by police in Cambrils, police have confirmed
    • Three others on the wanted list were also among the bodies identified. A fourth suspect, Younes Abouyaaqoub, is still unaccounted for, reports say
    • All the suspects were of Moroccan background.
    • Thirteen people died when a van was driven into crowds on Las Ramblas on Thursday
    • A woman died when a car was driven into pedestrians in Cambrils hours later
    • Police say the attackers were plotting an even bigger attack which was thwarted following an explosion at a house in Alcanar on Wednesday.

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  2. One suspect 'still unaccounted for'

    Younes Abouyaaqoub

    Younes Abouyaaqoub, pictured, is still being sought by police, according to media reports. Investigators are quoted as saying that the three others they were searching for - Moussa Oukabir, Sais Aallaa and Mohamed Hycham - were among the five people shot dead by police in Cambrils.

    Four other people have been arrested in connection with the Barcelona attack.

  3. 'Bodies of three suspects identified'

    Spanish media, quoting police, say investigators have now identified the bodies of three of the four people they were still looking for in connection with the Barcelona and Cambrils attacks. They all died in Cambrils.

    The only person still on the run is reported to be Younes Abouyaaqoub, who was born in Morocco but lived in Ripoll.

  4. BreakingKey suspect among five dead in Cambrils

    The key suspect in the Barcelona attack, Moussa Oukabir, is among the five suspects shot dead in Cambrils, police have confirmed

    Police said earlier it was possible that the suspected driver of the van was among those killed, but they were not certain.

  5. Woman hid in boat during terror attack

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    Video caption: Cambrils: Doncaster woman hid in boat to avoid attack

    Paige Baty describes witnessing the terror attack in Cambrils

  6. Barca players plan match tribute

    Barcelona's famous football team will have the hashtag #TotssomBarcelona [We are all Barcelona] embroidered on the fronts of their shirts when they Real Betis in La Liga on Sunday.

    Permission for the tribute to the victims of Thursday attacks was granted by the Spanish football federation. Players will also wear black armbands.

  7. Barcelona rejects hate after attacks

    A man lights a candle in an impromptu memorial a day after a van crashed into pedestrians at Las Ramblas in Barcelona

    From bringing flowers to challenging haters, people are pushing back after the day of terror.

    Barcelona rejects hate after attacks

    A man lights a candle in an impromptu memorial a day after a van crashed into pedestrians at Las Ramblas in Barcelona

    From bringing flowers to challenging haters, people are pushing back after the day of terror.

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  8. Victims named

    So far three of the dead in the Barcelona attack have been named. They are Spaniard Francisco López Rodríguez, in his 60s, and two Italians - Bruno Gulotta, 35 and Luca Russo, 25.

    One Belgian and one US citizen, both unnamed, have also been confirmed dead.

    Bruno Gulotta
    Image caption: Bruno Gulotta, one of those known to have died
  9. Police hunt suspects in Ripoll

    Armed police in Ripoll

    There has been a heavy police presence in the town of Ripoll, north of Barcelona, where three of the four suspects still wanted in connection with the attacks are from.

    Three people already in custody are also from Ripoll. Armed officers searched flats in the town on Friday, witnesses said.

  10. Eight French seriously injured

    Eight of the 28 French citizens injured in the Barcelona attack, among them four children, are in a serious condition, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says.

    Mr Le Drian, who was visiting victims, said he thought 28 was a definitive figure and there were no French dead.

  11. Rival protests in Las Ramblas

    A small protest by far-right Falangists in central Barcelona has been met by anti-fascists. Spanish media say police are separating the two sides but there have been some altercations.

    An anti-fascist protester (R) confronts a Falangist
    Image caption: An anti-fascist protester (R) confronts a Falangist
    Anti-fascists march in Las Ramblas
    Image caption: Anti-fascists march on Las Ramblas
  12. Barcelona stands strong after attack

    Tributes in Barcelona

    A day after the horrific van attack, the people of Barcelona are setting out to reclaim their beloved city, the BBC's Patrick Jackson writes.

    Quote Message: Under the watchful eyes of armed police, they streamed around the city centre on foot, strolling up and down the re-opened boulevards of Las Ramblas. By a tree where candles and flowers have been placed, the sound of several women crying can be heard. Elsewhere, a man with a guitar leads others in a rendition of John Lennon's Imagine.
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  13. Crowds gather to remember victims

    Tributes to victims of Barcelona attack

    A makeshift memorial to those who died has been set up in Barcelona at the scene of Thursday's attack.

    Thousands of people have flocked there, many carrying flowers and other tributes.

  14. Brussels to pay tribute to Barcelona Victims

    The mayor of Brussels has announced the city will pay tribute to the victims of yesterday's attack with a minute's applause, instead of silence, at a fireworks display on Friday night.

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    Brussels suffered a terror attack in March 2016 that killed 32 people. The city was also a hub for those wanted in connection with other European attacks.

  15. BreakingPolice release images of four suspects

    Moussa Oukabir, Said Aallaa, Mohamed Hychami and Younes Abouyaaqoub

    Catalan police have released names and mugshots of four men wanted in connection with Thursday's attacks.

    Moussa Oukabir, 17, is thought to be the van driver, although it is not yet clear if he was one of five killed by police in Cambrils.

    The three other men: Said Aallaa, Mohamed Hychami and Younes Abouyaaqoub are believed to be Moroccan nationals living in the town in Ripoll, and are aged between 18 and 24.

    Four men have already been arrested in connection to the attacks.

  16. Catalan president visits Cambrils

    Catalan leader visitis town where five suspects were shot dead

    Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has visited Cambrils, where five attackers were shot dead after driving a car at civilians last night, killing one.

    He said: "I want to convey a message to the people, of calm and confidence. We can all help one another as we fight against terrorism.

    "In this way we will recover normality again. We shall live - united together - in the civilised world which we have chosen."

  17. Eight French among seriously injured

    French ForeignMinister Jean-Yves Le Drian during a press conference in Barcelona on August 18, 2017

    France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says eight French citizens, including four children, were seriously injured in Thursday's attack in Barcelona.

    In all, 28 French nationals were among those hurt in the attacks, he adds. Mr Le Drian visited some of the injured in Barcelona on Friday.