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Spanish Police Say They've Killed Suspected Driver In Barcelona Attack

Police say they've killed a 22-year-old man suspected of driving a van that plowed into a crowd of pedestrians Aug. 17 in Barcelona, Spain.

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0:55At least 14 people are dead and more than 100 others are injured following two possible terror attacks in Spain.
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Police Arrest 4 In Connection With Spain Terror Attacks

0:48Police at seen of terror attack
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Several Attackers Killed In Shootout Related To Barcelona Attack

0:45Malala Yousafzai
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Malala Yousafzai Is Heading To College

1:06A Union Jack flag flutters in front of the Elizabeth Tower
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Here's Why London's Big Ben Will Be Quieter Than Usual Until 2021

0:38Russian fighter jet
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For The First Time In Years, Russia Is Training Women Fighter Pilots

0:50France's Emmanuel Macron and Germany's Angela Merkel speak.
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France And Germany Fight European Tax Loophole Used By US Companies

0:56An excavation site in France.
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'Little Pompeii' Reveals Ancient Roman Life In Modern-Day France

1:17Brigitte Macron and Emmanuel Macron
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To Some In France, The First Lady's Role Should Remain Unofficial

1:16People on a beach in the U.K.
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Study: Climate Change Could Kill 150,000 Europeans A Year By 2100

1:09Prince Philip
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Prince Philip Is Stepping Out Of The Public Spotlight

1:02The Bialowieza Forest in Poland
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Poland And The EU Are Facing Off Over A UNESCO-Protected Forest

0:49Migrants walking past security gate in Calais, France
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French Court Orders Government To Provide Humanitarian Aid To Migrants

0:57Pro-Brexit demonstrators hold Union Jack flags as they protest.
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Free Movement Of People Between The UK And EU Is Ending

0:53Prince William
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Prince William's Nonroyal Career Is Ending

1:05Chickens
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Chlorinated Chickens Are Clucking Up A US-UK Trade Deal

1:22U.S. Capitol
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US Sanctions Might Affect More Than Russia, Iran And North Korea

1:08Vehicles in the U.K.
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The UK Has A Plan To Improve Air Quality

0:39The Vatican has turned off all of its famous fountains.
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The Vatican Turned Off Its Fountains So Rome Can Save Water

1:05Polish President Andrzej Duda
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Poland's President Spikes Court Reform Bills After Protests

1:04Chris Gard and Connie Yates look at their terminally ill son Charlie.
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Charlie Gard's Parents End Legal Fight For US Experimental Treatment

1:03A picture of the newly named train.
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Say Hello To Trainy McTrainface, 'Cousin' Of Boaty McBoatface

1:18David Johnston and Queen Elizabeth
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Canadian Official Breaks Royal Protocol In The Most Polite Way

0:58A photo of a credit card sticker
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People In One Country Now Won't Pay More For Using A Credit Card

1:06UK Brexit Secretary David Davis, EU Top Negotiator Michel Barnier
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Negotiations For What A Post-Brexit World Looks Like Have Started

0:49A Metropolitan Police Service officer.
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At Least 5 Acid Attacks Happened Within 90 Minutes In London

1:03President Donald Trump and Melania Trump
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Trumps Travel To Paris To Celebrate Bastille Day

1:14Swedish flag
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Sweden Is The Best Country In The World If You're An Immigrant

0:45Donald and Melania Trump attend the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
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Melania Trump Says G-20 Protesters Blocked Her From Leaving Her Hotel

1:15Barriers in Cyprus
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Talks On Reunifying Cyprus Fail — For Now

0:55French President Emmanuel Macron
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Macron Can't Shake The Scandals Of French Politics