the suspect, who was shot after the attack, is an 18-year-old moroccan. four others have been arrested, and an international warrant is out for a sixth suspect.
the authorities believe that younes abouyaaqoub may have been the driver of the van that mowed down people in las ramblas.
the police shot and killed the assailant in the russian city of surgut, said the authorities, who gave no initial indication of a terror connection.
in her last days in india, the times bureau chief wrestles with a murder covered up in plain sight, and with what she was leaving behind.
they now believe that a tiny mediterranean town may have been the incubator for a conspiracy far more ambitious than the attacks in catalonia.
the dead and injured represented 34 nationalities, including a belgian mother, an italian father and an american.
convoluted infighting among warlords on the afghan government side is creating deep resentments that are fueling the taliban insurgency.
mr. allcard was said to be the first to sail across the atlantic and back singlehandedly (the stowaway aside). he also circled the globe on a solo trip.
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yu xiuhua, born with cerebral palsy, lived a quiet village life. she is now a literary sensation whose vivid, erotic poems are “stained with blood.”
the police in turku, in western finland, said the attack was not being treated as a terrorist act, but the man’s motive was unknown.
seeking to adapt to upheaval in the energy market, eneco is preparing for a future in which utilities provide services rather than kilowatts.
no stranger to facebook and youtube, benjamin netanyahu has been reluctant to criticize president trump’s recent remarks on the white supremacist rally in charlottesville, va., last weekend.
iraqi forces, who suffered heavy casualties in the monthslong battle for mosul, are ready to launch their fight to retake tal afar from islamic state fighters, american officials said.
vishal sikka’s departure from the indian technology giant comes just months after a similar struggle at the top of the tata group, a powerful conglomerate.
a new york times theater critic visits the stratford festival, describing it as a “bucket-list chance.” trade talks resumed, and canada is preparing for a view of the solar eclipse.
the constituent assembly granted itself wide powers to write and pass all legislation, a move that essentially nullified the opposition-led legislature.
a search and rescue mission that had been carried out since heavy rains caused the collapse of a hillside has now all but turned into an effort to recover bodies.
wayne lotter, who helped found an organization to combat poaching and the ivory trade, was killed when two men opened the door to his car and one of them shot him.
the main route to europe is experiencing one of its longest lulls since the start of the migration crisis in 2014, though experts said it was unlikely to last.