Spanish police confirm that Younes Abouyaaqoub is chief suspect in last Thursday's Barcelona attack. Also, new round in diplomatic dispute between US and Russia, a Danish inventor says Swedish journalist Kim Wall died in 'an accident' on his submarine, why London's iconic Big Ben will fall silent for four years.
The authorities say that a 12-strong terror cell that carried out two attacks in Spain last week had collected 120 gas canisters and was planning to use them in vehicle attacks.
Also, the UN says thousands of civilians are fleeing from the Iraqi city of Tal Afar, after an offensive begins against I.S. militants and US comedian Jerry Lewis dies aged 91.
Thousands of demonstrators take to the streets to protest against a free-speech rally. Their numbers and chants forced the event to be brought to a premature close, without the planned addresses. Also: A British paramedic has recounted how he and a doctor tried in vain to save the life of a woman stabbed in the neck in Friday's terror attack in the Finnish city of Turku, and Manchester United supporters in Iraq.
13 killed and dozens injured after van ploughs into crowds in Barcelona's famous Las Ramblas area. Also, police in South Africa issue a 'red alert' at the country's borders for Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe, and President Trump criticises removal of historic statues.