Police are still searching for suspects behind terror attacks in Catalonia that killed 14 people and injured scores. Investigators suspect a terror cell had planned a larger attack involving homemade bombs.
Spanish police are still searching for suspected members of a terror cell believed to be behind deadly attacks in Barcelona and a seaside resort town.
Authorities believe the deadly incident was organized by a "large group."
Police have arrested four suspects over the attack, including Driss Oukabir, who was identified by Spanish media as a French national with Moroccan background. Other reports indicated that a Spanish citizen and three Moroccans were among those arrested.
Driss' younger brother, Moussa Oukabir, a 17-year-old who was later killed by police in Cambrils was earlier suspected to be the driver of the van that plowed into crowds along Barcelona's Las Ramblas thoroughfare.
However, Josep Lluis Trapero of Catalonia's police said the theory that Moussa Oukabir was the driver of the van has increasingly "lost weight."
None of the suspects had previous known terror links, according to police. At least one of them has been linked to the rented van used in Barcelona.
Police killed five suspected attackers after the assault in Cambrils, including Said Aallaa, 18, and Mohamed Hychami, 24, both of Morocco.
Police said they were also still searching for other suspects, including Younes Abouyaaqoub, aged 22. Spain's El Pais newspaper reported Abouyaaqoub may have been the Barcelona driver. Full Story