Spanish news agency EFE has posted a story on its website, titled “Latest and greatest,” that shows what is happening in the news, and which countries are being reported in Spanish, as well as some new articles.
Among them are:A report that Spanish authorities say they’ve arrested an alleged “mafia member” linked to a deadly terrorist attack on a Madrid subway station last year, as seen in the video below.
(AP: Julio Cortez/AP)In a report that includes video, the Spanish news outlet said it obtained a video showing a man being dragged by two masked men through a crowd of shoppers at a shopping mall in Barcelona.
(EFE via AP)The article also shows a video that the Spanish media said it was unable to verify.
It shows a masked man being pushed through a crowded mall, followed by an unknown number of masked men.
(Reuters: Javier Garrido)The Spanish government has said that a terrorist attack that killed 13 people and wounded hundreds was planned by a “mafias leader” in Spain, but has not commented on whether the suspect was a member of the Islamic State group.
(ABC News: Laura Sitterman)A police officer, who was wounded in the attack, said on Twitter that he was now in critical condition.
(Facebook via ABC News: Toni Williams)The video also shows footage of the attack on the shopping mall that killed five people, and a second video showing the gunman shooting a police officer.
(YouTube: ABC News)Spain has faced criticism over its handling of the attacks.
In the months since, a number of attacks have been blamed on the country’s militant groups, including ISIS.
Spain has the second-highest homicide rate in Europe, behind France, according to Eurostat.