Spain united in mourning after Barcelona attack

On Barcelona's most famous Las Ramblas avenue, people stood side by side for a moment of silence to honor those lost in an attack.

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    On Barcelona's most famous Las Ramblas avenue, people stood side by side for a moment of silence to honour those lost in an attack.

    Less than 24 hours earlier, a suspect drove a van into crowds of people, killing at least 14 and injuring more than 100.

    Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler reports from Cambrils, Spain.


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