Spain terror attacks: What we know so far

Here is what we know so far about the two terror attacks to hit Spain.
:: Five suspected terrorists have been killed during a police operation in Cambrils, a coastal town 62 miles southwest of Barcelona, shortly after 1am on Friday local time
:: Six civilians and a police officer were also injured in the attack when the group, said to be wearing "explosive belts", launched a van attack similar to that in Barcelona just hours earlier.
:: A spokesman for the regional government of Catalonia said: "The alleged terrorists were in an Audi A3 and apparently knocked down several people before coming across a police patrol and a shoot-out ensued."
The shoot-out in Cambrils. Pic: @Alexxbrn
Video:Gunfire heard from Cambrils shoot-out
:: The Cambrils attack after a van hit a crowd in the Las Ramblas area of Barcelona city centre on Thursday afternoon
:: Thirteen people died and 100 were hurt - 15 of them seriously
:: At least 24 nationalities are among the victims, but no Britons are known to have been affected so far
:: Spain's Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, said it was a "jihadist attack" - with a senior police official adding it was "clearly a terror attack intended to kill as many people as possible"
:: Islamic State said it carried out the attack, according to its Amaq agency
:: The driver of the van fled on foot and a manhunt is ongoing
:: After Thursday's attack in Barcelona city centre, people ran into shops and cafes in the aftermath and were locked inside for their safety
:: Footage posted on social media show horrific images of bodies strewn along the pavement in pools of blood
:: In one video at least 19 people can be seen lying on the pavement along a stretch of more than 100 yards - and another shows 10 people lying on the ground
:: Two men have been separately arrested in connection with the attack. One of them is Moroccan and the other is from the Spanish enclave of Melilla in North Africa. Neither of them was the van driver
:: The name and photograph of one suspect, Driss Oukabir, has been released by police. La Vanguardia reports he handed himself in after seeing his photo on the news

Police search streets of Barcelona following terrorist attack
Video:Police search streets and bars in Barcelona for terrorists
:: Several Metro stations have been closed in the area and buses have been re-routed. People are being urged to avoid travelling in the city centre unless it is absolutely necessary
:: A explosion that killed at least one person on Wednesday - at a house in Alcanar, 124 miles away from Las Ramblas - has been connected to the terror attack. Police suspect those in the house were "preparing an explosive device"
:: Catalonia police said it was working on the theory that the Cambrils suspects were linked to the Barcelona attack and the Alcanar explosion
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