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The Sagrada Familia cathedral was among the targets, a suspect tells a preliminary hearing in Madrid.
Marcellus Williams's conviction is to be reviewed, as his lawyers say DNA points to another man.
A 14-year-old is arrested in Saudi Arabia after a clip of him dancing in the street went viral.
The siblings, aged between seven months and 11 years old, were pulled from the rubble by fire crews.
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
Britain's Chris and Gabby Adcock power into the last 16 of the World Championships with a straight-set defeat of French duo Bastian Kersaudy and Lea Palermo.
As President Trump says the US military is staying, we check which allies still have forces there.
David Tremayne reached 296mph before losing control when the parachute was released.
Celtic complete an 8-4 aggregate win over Astana to reach the Champions League group stage, despite losing in Kazakhstan.
The 18-year-old denied murder and said there was no terrorist motive for the stabbings in Turku.
Diplomacy has triumphed over justice in the assault case against Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe in South Africa, writes the BBC's Pumza Fihlani.
President Ghani thanks Donald Trump for supporting Afghanistan's battle against the Taliban.
Italian Matteo Trentin sprints to victory on stage four of the Vuelta a Espana as Britain's Chris Froome retains the leader's red jersey.
President Trump made the wrong decision, says Professor Andrew Bacevich of Boston University.
There have been 83 cases so far this year - four times as many as all of last year, the UN says.
Police believe the young men were brought together and radicalised by an imam in the town of Ripoll.
Barcelona are suing former player Neymar over his 222m euro (£200m) world record move to Paris St-Germain.
Danish police say they do not yet know if the torso belongs to missing journalist Kim Wall.
Muhammadu Buhari has just returned from extended medical leave, but now has an office infestation.
Tourist Harry Athwal rushed to help a child hurt in the Barcelona attack.
The city council is harangued over its handling of a white supremacy rally that ended in tragedy.
Former England cricketer Geoffrey Boycott apologises for an "unacceptable" comment about West Indian cricketers.
The best pictures and moments from a day when millions in North America gazed upwards in wonder.
The high-speed trains will be able to run at speeds of 350km/h following safety checks on rail lines.
Australia Zoo has asked the public to name a white koala joey.
Find out when you can next witness a solar eclipse in your country with our eclipse calculator.
MMA coach Joe 'Silk' Cummins and boxing coach Richie Woodhall stake their claims for their respective styles in the upcoming fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Atiya Sabri tells the story of her legal fight to abolish instant divorce in India.
The one-liner by comic Ken Cheng wins the tenth annual award for Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe.
Africa's population is set to boom over the next few decades - reaching 2.5 billion people by 2050. Scientists in Kenya are trying to find ways of growing enough food for everyone.
Angolans go to the polls on Wednesday as President Dos Santos steps down after 38 years in power.
From next month Turkish schools have a new curriculum and it is dividing parents.
Food firm Dr Oetker, says others should follow it and give back art they own that was looted by the Nazis from Jewish owners.
The display of Nazi symbols is illegal in Germany - so what was it like for Germans to see neo-Nazis joining white supremacists to march in Virginia?