King Felipe leads a minute's silence as Barcelona stands to remember those killed along Las Ramblas before chanting 'We are not afraid'

King Felipe has led a minute's silence at noon today as Barcelona stood to remember those killed along Las Ramblas. 
The monarch stood between Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and President of the Generalitat of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont as they paused to reflect in Placa de Catalunya.
After the moment of reflection, the crowds erupted into chants of 'No tenim por! - meaning 'We are not afraid!' 
The Spanish royal family also issued an unusually strongly-worded statement about the attack: 'They are assassins, criminals who won't terrorise us. All of Spain is Barcelona.' 
This morning, Barcelona's famous Las Ramblas walkway quietly reopened to the public, after a van rampage that killed 13 and wounded more than 100.
Police closed down the city center yesterday evening, after the van zigzagged down the packed Ramblas before the driver escaped.
This morning, emotional residents and tourists were allowed past police lines and slowly trickled back to their homes and hotels.
Lawyer and University of Glasgow rector Aamer Anwar, who is in Barcelona, said a heavy police presence remained on the streets.
'It's huge,' he said. 'Literally you can see every 15 to 20 metres there are armed police officers, there are vans, police cars at every corner. So there is an extremely high police presence everywhere.
A young Australian woman has cheated death for the third time this year after terrorist attacks took place in three different cities that she was travelling through.
Julia Monaco, 26, from Melbourne, was in a shopping mall with a friend when a van plowed into pedestrians in the Las Ramblas district of Barcelona on Thursday. 
It was her third brush with terrorism since she began travelling around Europe three months ago but she told 3AW's Neil Mitchell that she won't let it stop her from seeing the world. 
In June, she was put in a lockdown on the London Underground while out with friends when terrorists plowed into people on London Bridge before going on a knife rampage in nearby Borough Market.
Days later, she was in Notre Dame in Paris when a police officer was stabbed outside the famous cathedral.
Julia Monaco was in a shopping mall with a friend when a van plowed into pedestrians in the Las Ramblas district of Barcelona on Thursday

Julia Monaco was in a shopping mall with a friend when a van plowed into pedestrians in the Las Ramblas district of Barcelona on Thursday
'I don't feel like I want to go home,' she told Neil Mitchell on Friday morning.
'I feel like I want to stay here and not let them – whoever they may be – win.
'I'm going to see what I came here to see.'
Ms Monaco and her friends Alana Reader and Julia Rocca, also from Melbourne, were in the store on Placa de Catalyuna when they saw people outside running for their lives.
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