At least 13 people were killed and more than 50 injured when a driver deliberately slammed his vehicle into crowds on Barcelona's most popular street -- Las Ramblas -- in what police qualified as a "terror attack."
The van attack that mowed down pedestrians on Barcelona's most famous street on Thursday killing at least 13 people was the latest fatal assault on a European city.
"On the side of those who combat racism and xenophobia. Our common fight, yesterday and today. #Charlottesville," he wrote on Twitter.
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It did not identify the target of the civil action, which coincides with criminal inquiries into suspected fraud underway in Belgium and the Netherlands.
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The 63-year-old leader, in power for nearly 12 years, also said she hoped to appoint equal numbers of male and female ministers from her conservative party if she wins a fourth term, though she could not speak for possible coalition partners.
"The worst has been avoided," Tsipras said after flying over the disaster zone northeast of Athens by helicopter, adding that about 3,700 acres (1,500 hectares) of forest and scrubland had been ravaged.
London Southend Airport remains open despite images showing thick, black smoke
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Local media reports at least 11 people killed when tree fell on large crowd during religious festival in Madeira
Over 180 firefighters, backed by helicopters, planes, tackle blazes north of Athens
Macron is on holiday with his wife Brigitte in the southern port of Marseille, staying in a large state-owned villa in a wealthy residential area in the south of the city.
Russian Federal Security Service announced detention of Ukrainian agent in disputed Crimean peninsula
The government said it would seek to agree a "time-limited period of implementation" after leaving the EU to provide certainty for businesses and allow new customs arrangements to be set up.
"Poland has become for the United States Army the centre of gravity for everything that we're doing in terms of deterrence," General Ben Hodges, commander of US ground forces in Europe, told reporters in Warsaw.
Three planes, 27 fire engines and 120 Spanish firefighters have been helping to battle the blazes since Sunday, said a spokesman for Portugal's National Civil Protection Authority (ANPC).
Wildfires north of Greek capital force hundreds to flee their homes