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Prayer time is approaching but Raja Miah, an imam at a tiny mosque in the heart of Barcelona does not expect a big turnout. Since the twin attacks in Barcelona and the nearby seaside resort of Cambrils claimed by the Islamic State group, the Muslim community in central Barcelona's neighbourhood of Raval fears an anti-Islam backlash. "People are very scared," said Miah, 23, as he sat in a small room at the mosque in Raval as a small group of children in an adjoining room studied the Koran.
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Spanish police believe they may have body of missing boy Julian Cadman
Hopes were fading for seven-year-old British boy Julian Cadman on Saturday as Spanish authorities revealed they were no longer searching for any missing youngsters. His father Andrew made the long flight from Australia and landed on Saturday afternoon to comfort his seriously injured wife, Jumarie, who had been in the area to attend a family wedding when she and her son were struck by the terrorist's van which killed 13 people and left more than 100 injured. Despite a major appeal by his loved ones, the former Kent schoolboy, who loved to dance and fill his pockets with Lego, has not been found. It is understood that Spanish authorities have a body that they believe is his, but are waiting for formal identification to take place. Another child was also taken in the tragedy, a three-year-old boy from Spain, died next to his mother. They had been on a family day out with relatives. The last smiling photo of honeymooners Jared Tucker and his wife Heidi Nunes was taken just an hour before the atrocity. The last smiling photo of honeymooners Jared Tucker and his wife Heidi Nunes was taken just an hour before the atrocity. The pair, who were celebrating their first wedding anniversary with a belated honeymoon, became separated in the attack and as his wife hid in a souvenir shop Mr Tucker, 42, hit by the van and died. Tales of heroism emerged of a brave stranger running into the carnage to try and save the lives of a Canadian family, picking up an injured man and placing him on the back of his scooter to rush him to hospital. The man's relative, grandfather Ian Moore Wilson, died at the scene as others battled to save his wife Valerie. Grandfather Ian Moore Wilson who died at the scene of the Barcelona attack. Italian father Bruno Gulotta, 35, died while trying to protect his child. He was on holiday with his wife Martina and two children when he was crushed to death as he walked hand in hand with his five-year-old son and died as he knelt down to shield the little boy. Belgian bank worker Elke Vanbockrijck, described as "super woman", lost her life as she walked with her husband and two sons, aged 11 and 14. Mum Elke Vanbockrijck was with her children when she died. Credit: AP Others killed include three Germans, Spaniard Pepita Codina, 75, Silvina Alejandra Pereyra, 40, an Argentine-Spanish dual citizen and Francisco Lopez, 65. In the second attack in Cambrils, Ana Maria Suarez, 61, died as terrorists attacked her family with knives. Her husband and sister were also injured in the attack. Those affected came from 34 countries, including China, Colombia, France, Germany, Honduras, Morocco, a testament to the global allure of the Spanish city.
White supremacist rally ends early in Boston as counter-protesters show up in huge numbers
A few dozen attendees showed up for Saturday's planned "free speech" rally in Boston. But counter-protesters showed up in the thousands. Per local news reports, over 10,000 people gathered at Boston Commons to protest the right-wing gathering, which quickly fell apart after it became clear the planned speaking schedule would not come to fruition. In fact, police were seen taking down rally flags and decor before 1 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. (The rally was scheduled for 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.) Whoops! SEE ALSO: How you can take action against white supremacy after Charlottesville At around the same time, Twitter was flooded with images from the counter-protest. In one clip, crowds can be heard chanting "Not in Boston" ? a reference to last week's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Democracy in action. Counter protesters with #FightSupremacy groups gather on MLK Blvd in #Roxbury before heading to the #BostonCommon. #counterprotest #WCVB pic.twitter.com/qKO9WoCa95 ? Sangita Chandra (@sangichandra) August 19, 2017 "These fascists picked the wrong town to come to. We're gonna show them what #Boston thinks about white supremacy." #BostonFreeSpeech pic.twitter.com/v7Bdii9jLH ? Jessica Weiss (@jessweiss1) August 19, 2017 Witches and drag queens are protesting the right-wingers in Boston pic.twitter.com/3750UwKAqB ? Blake Montgomery (@blakersdozen) August 19, 2017 #bostonresist pic.twitter.com/MBAds0uFOc ? James S. Murphy (@James_S_Murphy) August 19, 2017 NO PLACE FOR NAZIS. Tens of thousands united to #FightSupremacy, racism, and Nazis. Only seen a handful of white supremacists#BostonResist pic.twitter.com/c1CQpUCGls ? Adam Greenberg (@pragmactivist) August 19, 2017 Boston turned OUT to fight the Klan this morning #BostonResist #FreedomSide pic.twitter.com/g2yctOTZmS ? Sejal Singh (@Sej_Singh) August 19, 2017 There are THOUSANDS of people here- young and old- and the March hasn't even started yet. This is democracy at its finest. #BostonResist pic.twitter.com/HcLsA829Zf ? Raya Sampson ??? (@RayaSampson) August 19, 2017 Few "free speech" demonstrators confined to bandstand on Boston Common. Hundreds of anti-racism protestors surrounding them behind barriers pic.twitter.com/KdZ03KQ3RQ ? Aleem Maqbool (@AleemMaqbool) August 19, 2017 This is what resistance looks like! #fightsupremacy #bostonresist pic.twitter.com/P8PepTbk01 ? Tito Jackson (@titojackson) August 19, 2017 If you squint really hard, you can see the incredible white supremacist turnout! #BostonResist #BostonFreeSpeech pic.twitter.com/UeTOmVX7wa ? Faine Greenwood (@faineg) August 19, 2017 There must be tens of thousands in #Boston heading toward #BostonCommon for #BostonResist already. And it's only 11am. pic.twitter.com/xL2C6MdfsV ? Ernie Chiara (@erniechiara) August 19, 2017 WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower
Grace Mugabe absent from S.Africa summit as assault claim lingers
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe failed to appear Saturday at a summit in South Africa attended by her husband, an event overshadowed by her effort to obtain diplomatic immunity over assault allegations. The wife of President Robert Mugabe has not been seen since being accused of attacking a 20-year-old model with a electrical extension cord last weekend in a Johannesburg hotel where the couple's two sons were staying. The alleged assault is a political headache for South Africa and Zimbabwe, close neighbours with deep economic and historical ties.
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