Spain has been hit by two terrorist attacks just hours apart, leaving 13 people dead and many more injured. The country has declared three days of national mourning after the massacre, which began on Thursday evening. A van tore through a crowd in the busy tourist street Las Ramblas which was packed with shoppers and holidaymakers. Several hours later, a gang wearing bomb belts ploughed a vehicle into pedestrians in Spain’s coastal resort town of Cambrils in a separate attack.
This is the moment revellers fled in panic as gunfire rang out amid a second terror attack in Spain. Video footage which appears to have been filmed inside a nightclub late on Thursday night shows people fleeing in panic as sirens and gunshots can be heard from outside the venue. The clip is thought to be the moment police shot and killed five suspected attackers in coastal resort Cambrils, after a car rammed into pedestrians during Spain’s second terror attack in just hours.
Michael Barrymore has won a payout from Essex Police after being wrongly arrested 10 years ago, a High Court has ruled. The entertainer claimed his arrest and detention in June 2007 destroyed his career. Mr Barrymore, 65, was held on suspicion of the rape and murder of 31-year-old Stuart Lubbock, who was found in the swimming pool at his Roydon home. On Friday a judge ruled the comedian and TV presenter is entitled to "more than nominal" damages against the force.
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Selecting a term
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