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An attack in Barcelona by people with extreme right wing ideology

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A van has been used to run down people, initial reports say 10 dead. Apparently two gunmen are holding people hostage in a restaurant 

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asked Aug 17 in All The Rest by Glasgowbelle (1,468,680 points)

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Yeah. I've been watching as it was breaking news.

That thing you did. Do it again.

answered Aug 17 by Bluegenel (2,155,311 points)
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ORF has not stated the ideology of the attackers.  GB where did you get right wing? Generally in Spain it is either Muslim or Basque.  Right wing is usually Madrid

Spanish Police have identified one of the attackers as a North African - Spanish police have released a photograph of the man alleged to have rented the van used in the attack. He is identified as Driss Oukabir.

Separate reports said the Guardia Civil have identified the suspect thought to have hired the white Fiat van used in the attack. According to those reports, he is understood to be from north Africa but to possess an NIE, the identity document issued to foreigners who are resident in Spain.

I have never seen a Muslim Identified as right wing  

They are hold up in a Bar real close to the Hotel Royal and the Marriott.  Maybe they were pissed off at the high prices for faux tapas and the Burgers in the Marriott.

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answered Aug 17 by Archerchef (1,996,160 points)

I got it from the news R.T. who are generally reliable and unbiased. I got it breaking and haven't been on line since so I don't know what's developed. Except of course until now of course..

GB I would say extreme conservative Islamic values - though I have not seen same.

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