Tourist Street Las Ramblas Reopens Hours After The Barcelona Attack

At least 13 people were killed after a van ploughed into crowds on Las Ramblas. Dozens more were injured.

Overnight the vehicle involved was towed away under a tarpaulin and police finished their forensic work.

After the London Bridge attack, it took officials 11 days to reopen Borough Market while the Met carried out forensic investigations.

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In Barcelona, Las Ramblas has reopened the morning after the attack – but with a heavy police presence


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