Catalan police have arrested a fourth man in connection with two terrorist attacks in the Barcelona region Thursday that left at least 14 people dead and dozens more injured.
Police announced the arrest on Twitter Friday, but gave no further details.
Police said they are still searching for the brother of one of the men already in police custody, but they do not know whether he was the driver of the van.
"We are looking for Moussa Oukabir, but for the moment we don't know whether he was the driver of the van," police announced.
Johnny Cash's Children 'Sickened' to See His Name on White Supremacist T-Shirt
The late American entertainer Johnny Cash was a country music legend who embraced all races and religions.
His children say they were "sickened" to see his name on the T-shirt of a white supremacist who marched through Charlottesville last Saturday.
In a message posted on social media, Cash's five children call their father "a man whose heart beat with the rhythm of love and social justice."
They say Cash would have been "horrified at even a casual use of his name or image for an idea or a cause founded in persecution and hatred.
National Weekend Weather Outlook: 8-18-2017
Severe Thunderstorms And Heavy Rain Over Portions Of Plains, Mid Atlantic On Friday
Scattered strong-to-severe thunderstorms are possible from the Mid-Missouri Valley into the central Plains on Friday.
Also, a few strong-to-severe storms are possible from the Mid-Atlantic into Upstate New York and western New England. Storms in these areas will also be capable of producing torrential rainfall that could lead to isolated flash flooding.
US VP Pence: US Wants Increased Trade with Latin America
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday that Washington wants more trade and investment with Latin America, pushing back against perceptions in the region that the Trump administration has an isolationist agenda.
Speaking during a visit to the Panama Canal at the end of a Latin American tour, Pence said the United States was seeking to keep the spirit of the original North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the pact now being renegotiated in Washington.
Widening Rift Between Trump, His Party Seen as UnprecedentedA rift between the U.S. president and his own political party widened Thursday as Donald Trump publicly criticized two Republican senators, and another senator from the party questioned the president's stability and competence.
The latest targets of the president's wrath are Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Jeff Flake of Arizona.
Graham, a former presidential candidate, has accused Trump of stoking civil tension with his comments on the racially motivated protests several days ago Charlottesville, Virginia.
Confederate Statues Explained: Why and When They Rose
The events in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday stirred a long simmering debate about Confederate statues, with many people demanding their removal and many arguing history should not be erased.
The Charlottesville protests centered around Emancipation Park, where there is a statue honoring Confederate general Robert E. Lee. White supremacists say the reason they wanted to hold their rally in that park was to protest efforts to take the statue down.
Trump: 'So Foolish' to Remove Civil War Statues Commemorating Losing Side
U.S. President Donald Trump said Thursday it is "so foolish" for American cities to be removing statues commemorating Confederate generals and soldiers who fought on the losing side of the country's 19th century Civil War.
"You can't change history," Trump added in a string of Twitter comments.
Trump offered his thoughts on the Confederate memorials in the aftermath of last weekend's deadly street mayhem in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white supremacists were protesting the city's plan to remove a towering statue there honoring Lee, who led Confederate troops during the conflict that extended from 1861 and 1865.