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Spain identifies Barcelona attack suspect as manhunt widens

21 August, 2017

Spanish police have identified the driver of a van used in last week's Barcelona terror attacks, as the manhunt for the main suspect widens across Europe.

Spanish police search for Moroccan imam following Barcelona attacks

20 August, 2017

Investigators searched the home of Abdelbaki es Satty, an imam who abruptly quit working at a mosque in the Spanish town near Barcelona.

Rising refugee flow to Spain could become 'big emergency'

18 August, 2017

More than 9,000 people have arrived in Spain from North Africa so far this year, surpassing 2016 totals, with a "big emergency" predicted if the pace continues, the UN said.

Grenfell: Protesters 'silent' march as UK reveals inquiry terms

16 August, 2017

Hundreds of people marched silently to remember the victims of the Grenfell fire on Monday, as the government confirmed the terms of reference in the upcoming inquiry.

Saudi government behind 'kidnapping, disappearance' of dissident princes

15 August, 2017

A recent BBC Arabic documentary presents new evidence on the alleged abduction and disappearance of princes from the House of Saud who have called for reform in the authoritarian kingdom.

'Lot of time' needed to rebuild GCC trust: Qatar

15 August, 2017

Qatar's foreign minister said it will take a 'lot of time' to rebuild any trust between sparring Gulf countries as the regional diplomatic crisis lumbers on.

Yemen rebels crucify man for rape, murder of four-year-old

14 August, 2017

Yemenis gathered in the capital for the execution of a man convicted of raping and killing a child; the second such death sentence carried out in public in recent weeks.

Palestine, where 'occupation' dangles from the name

14 August, 2017

The long read: Australian journalist and author Amal Awad journeys to her parents' homeland, Palestine, where negotiating heritage and border crossings becomes part of everyday life.

Uprooted restaurateurs create 'little Damascus' in northwest Syria

10 August, 2017

Syrians who quit towns recaptured by Assad's regime have introduced Damascene cuisine to Idlib, where the longed-for taste of the good old days has helped form a "little Damascus".

Scores of migrants 'deliberately drowned' by traffickers near Yemen

09 August, 2017

Refugees were forced off a trafficking boat in open seas leading to the deaths of dozens of refugees, with the UN chillingly discovering the shallow graves of those who drowned.

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