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WorldSearchSearchSign InBarcelonaHow the World Reacted to the Barcelona Terrorist AttackeclipseQuiz: Are You Ready for the Solar Eclipse?COMPARECARDSSPONSOREDVideo GamesXbox One X Preorder Information Is Finally Coming This WeekendA police and medical staff in a cordoned off area after a van injuring several people on the Rambla in Barcelona on August 17, 2017. Josep Lago—AFP/Getty ImagesSpainDeadly Van Attack in Barcelona an Act of Terrorism, Police SayAssociated Press,TIME StaffUpdated: 2:05 PM ET | Originally published: 12:12 PM ETA van was driven into a crowd of people in the Spanish city of Barcelona, killing an unknown number and injuring dozens, in an attack being treated as an act of terrorism.Local media are reporting up to 13 people killed in the attack, but Spanish police have confirmed only that one was dead and 32 people had been injured, 10 seriously. S panish public broadcaster RTVE said that one suspect has been arrested, the Associated Press reports.The police also confirmed that they are searching for the perpetrator. Spain's finance secretary had earlier tweeted to say the priority is to treat the victims and “find the terrorists” — though there has been no official word on the number of perpetrators involved.Es confirma atemptat terrorista. S’ha activat el protocol d’atemptat terrorista- Mossos (@mossos) August 17, 2017Vehicular attacks in busy metropolitan areas have become a hallmark of Islamic terrorism in recent months, with deadly assaults in London, Berlin and the French city of Nice, though the motives of the perpetrator are as yet unknown in the Barcelona incident.In a photograph shown by public broadcaster RTVE, three people were lying on the ground in the street and were apparently being helped by police and others.Police cordoned off the broad, popular street, ordering stores and nearby Metro and train stations to close. They asked people to stay away from the area so as not to get in the way of emergency services. A helicopter hovered over the scene.RelatedanimalsTourists Held a Beached Baby Dolphin for Selfies. It Soon DiedanimalsTourists Held a Beached Baby Dolphin for Selfies. It Soon DiedLas Ramblas, a street of stalls and shops that cuts through the center of Barcelona, is one of the city's top tourist destinations. People walk down a wide, pedestrianized path in the center of the street, but cars can travel on either side.SpainThousands Evacuate Barcelona’s Tomorrowland Festival As Fire Erupts on StageCOMPARECARDSSPONSOREDSpainA Commuter Train Accident in Barcelona Has Injured About 50 PeopleTerrorismTrump Administration Brings al-Qaeda Suspect to the U.S. to Face Civilian CourtSpainSalvador Dali’s Body Was Dug Up for a Paternity Test and His Mustache Is Still IntactSpainSalvador Dali’s Coffin Was Opened for DNA Paternity Testing TodaySpain’I Pulled Down My Pants And There Was Blood.’ American Vows to Run Again After Getting Gored by BullSpainSalvador Dalí’s Body Is Being Dug Up for a Paternity TestSpain6-Year-Old Girl Dies When Bouncy Castle Flies Up Into the Air in SpainThe U.S. State Department described the attack as a “serious security incident” in an emergency message to Americans in the city. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tweeted a message of solidarity:Sec. Tillerson: Terrorists around the world should know that the US & our allies are resolved to find you & bring you to justice. #Barcelona pic.twitter.com/Dfmv370SR8- Department of State (@StateDept) August 17, 2017U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted a statement shortly thereafter, saying “The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help.”The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help. Be tough & strong, we love you!- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017Customer ServiceSite MapPrivacy PolicyAd ChoicesTerms of UseYour California Privacy RightsCareers© 2017 Time Inc. All rights reserved.All products and services featured are based solely on editorial selection. TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.Sign InSubscribeSearchHomeU.S.PoliticsWorldBusinessTechHealthTIME HealthMottoEntertainmentScienceNewsfeedLivingSportsHistoryThe TIME VaultMagazineIdeasTIME LabsMoneyLIFEPhotographyVideosThe GoodsTIME ShopPress RoomTIME Guide to HappinessThe 100 Most Influential PeopleAmerican VoicesFinding HomeLongevity 2017Looking ForwardNext Generation LeadersPerson of the Year 2016Space 2017Top of the WorldWorkaroundsSubscribeNewslettersFeedbackPrivacy PolicyYour California Privacy RightsTerms of UseAd ChoicesRSSTIME AppsTIME for KidsAdvertisingReprints and PermissionsSite MapHelpCustomer ServiceFollow TIMEShareShare on FacebookPost on TwitterEmail this storyShare on RedditShare on PinterestShare on LinkedInWorldSearchSearchSign InWorldSearchSearchSign InA police and medical staff in a cordoned off area after a van injuring several people on the Rambla in Barcelona on August 17, 2017. Josep Lago—AFP/Getty ImagesSpainDeadly Van Attack in Barcelona an Act of Terrorism, Police SayAssociated Press,TIME StaffUpdated: 2:05 PM ET | Originally published: 12:12 PM ETA van was driven into a crowd of people in the Spanish city of Barcelona, killing an unknown number and injuring dozens, in an attack being treated as an act of terrorism.Local media are reporting up to 13 people killed in the attack, but Spanish police have confirmed only that one was dead and 32 people had been injured, 10 seriously. S panish public broadcaster RTVE said that one suspect has been arrested, the Associated Press reports.The police also confirmed that they are searching for the perpetrator. Spain's finance secretary had earlier tweeted to say the priority is to treat the victims and “find the terrorists” — though there has been no official word on the number of perpetrators involved.Es confirma atemptat terrorista. S’ha activat el protocol d’atemptat terrorista- Mossos (@mossos) August 17, 2017Vehicular attacks in busy metropolitan areas have become a hallmark of Islamic terrorism in recent months, with deadly assaults in London, Berlin and the French city of Nice, though the motives of the perpetrator are as yet unknown in the Barcelona incident.In a photograph shown by public broadcaster RTVE, three people were lying on the ground in the street and were apparently being helped by police and others.Police cordoned off the broad, popular street, ordering stores and nearby Metro and train stations to close. They asked people to stay away from the area so as not to get in the way of emergency services. A helicopter hovered over the scene.RelatedanimalsTourists Held a Beached Baby Dolphin for Selfies. It Soon DiedanimalsTourists Held a Beached Baby Dolphin for Selfies. It Soon DiedLas Ramblas, a street of stalls and shops that cuts through the center of Barcelona, is one of the city's top tourist destinations. People walk down a wide, pedestrianized path in the center of the street, but cars can travel on either side.SpainThousands Evacuate Barcelona’s Tomorrowland Festival As Fire Erupts on StageCOMPARECARDSSPONSOREDSpainA Commuter Train Accident in Barcelona Has Injured About 50 PeopleTerrorismTrump Administration Brings al-Qaeda Suspect to the U.S. to Face Civilian CourtSpainSalvador Dali’s Body Was Dug Up for a Paternity Test and His Mustache Is Still IntactSpainSalvador Dali’s Coffin Was Opened for DNA Paternity Testing TodaySpain’I Pulled Down My Pants And There Was Blood.’ American Vows to Run Again After Getting Gored by BullSpainSalvador Dalí’s Body Is Being Dug Up for a Paternity TestSpain6-Year-Old Girl Dies When Bouncy Castle Flies Up Into the Air in SpainThe U.S. State Department described the attack as a “serious security incident” in an emergency message to Americans in the city. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tweeted a message of solidarity:Sec. Tillerson: Terrorists around the world should know that the US & our allies are resolved to find you & bring you to justice. #Barcelona pic.twitter.com/Dfmv370SR8- Department of State (@StateDept) August 17, 2017U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted a statement shortly thereafter, saying “The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help.”The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, and will do whatever is necessary to help. Be tough & strong, we love you!- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017
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