A seven-year-old boy with dual British-Australian nationality was killed in the Barcelona terror attack, Catalan police have confirmed. Julian Cadman was one of 13 people killed when a van ploughed into crowds on Barcelona's Las Ramblas on Thursday. His family say they will "remember his smiles and hold his memory dear to our hearts". #barcelona#spain#barcelonaattack bbc.in/BarcelonaAttack
Meet Osas and Wisdom - two Nigerian immigrants who are helping to clean up Rome. They travelled to Italy with no money and instead of begging, they volunteered to tidy up the city's streets. #rome#italy#volunteer#inspiration
The right-wing "Free Speech Rally" in Boston was outnumbered by tens of thousands of anti-racism protesters who hit the streets of the US city. There had been fears of violence just a week after clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Instead, a small crowd at the rally was met by up to 30,000 counter-protesters, with many wearing stickers of #HeatherHeyer. She died last week when a car was driven into a crowd of people protesting at a far-right rally in Charlottesville.
The "Free Speech Rally" disbanded early, with the participants escorted away by police. PHOTO: SCOTT EISEN/GETTY IMAGES
Keepers at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park have found an unusual way to protect a baby flamingo's feet during his daily walks. He's been given handmade blue booties to cover them while taking a stroll on hot concrete surfaces. #flamingo#jurongbirdpark#singapore#blueshoes
"We Are Not Afraid." - Spontaneous applause and chants broke out at the end of a minute's silence in Barcelona. "No Tinc Por" is a Catalan phrase meaning "I am not afraid". Fourteen people are now known to have died in the attacks on Barcelona and the village of Cambrils - the latest to hit Europe. King Felipe VI, Spain's prime minister Mariano Rajoy and thousands of people gathered in Plaça de Catalunya today to honour the victims. The people of Spain are observing three days of mourning. #notincpor#barcelona#prayforbarcelona#cambrils#spain#ramblas#españa#TodosSomosCataluña#allofuscatalonia
People have been gathering at the Las Ramblas in Barcelona where a van crashed into crowds killing 13 people.
A minute's silence in memory of the victims of the attacks was held across the country. Crowds, joined by King Felipe VI, gathered with Catalan flags at the top of Las Ramblas to pay tribute. Loud applause followed the silence for several minutes. PHOTO: REUTERS/Sergio Perez. BBCSnapshot #Barcelona#BarcelonaAttacks#LasRamblas#Spainishattacks#Spain#silence#tributes
People comfort each other in Barcelona after a van ploughed into a crowd on Las Ramblas. The attack has killed at least 13 people and injured several others. The driver deliberately rammed his vehicle into pedestrians on Barcelona's most popular street. Police are treating it as a terrorist attack. The head of the Catalan region said two people had been arrested. (Photo Credit: AFP/Getty images) #barcelona#prayforbarcelona
Former President @barackobama shared these words and this photograph by @petesouza in a tweet that has become the most liked ever on Twitter. He shared it after the attack on Charlottesville, Virginia. His words were from a passage from Mr Mandela’s autobiography, The Long Walk to Freedom. The full quote reads, “No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” More than 3 million people have liked the image. #quoteoftheday#charlottesville#tolerance#obama#quote#instaquote#mandela#nelsonmandela#thelongwalktofreedom#twitter#bbcnews
Today marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley.
Born on 8 January 1935 in Tupelo, Mississippi, Presley began his singing career with Sun Records in Memphis aged 19 and went on to make 81 gold-selling albums.
Elvis's legacy and monetary worth remain immensely strong - according to Forbes' list of top earning dead stars he earned $27m (£21m) in 2016, and sold one million albums. He died of a heart attack on 16 August 1977 aged just 42. PHOTO: Rex/Shutterstock
A Confederate statue, which had stood for almost 100 years, is pulled down by protesters in Durham, North Carolina. A crowd cheered as the statue - a tribute to troops who fought on the pro-slavery side of the American Civil War - was destroyed.
It comes just days after violence at far-right protests in Charlottesville, Virginia against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. A car was rammed into a group of people demonstrating against a white supremacist rally in the city, killing Heather Heyer.
A lightning bolt strikes, near to a skyscraper, during a storm over Moscow, Russia.
Among Moscow’s most eye-catching structures commissioned by Stalin himself, are the seven skyscrapers – the ‘Seven Sisters’ – that surround the city in a loose ring, a startling assemblage of columns and gothic detail. PHOTO: ANTONOV MLADEN/AFP #BBCSnapshot#photography#lightning#storm#Moscow#sevensisters#nightsky#Russia
Flowers lie next to a picture of 32-year-old Heather Heyer at a makeshift memorial in Charlottesville, Virginia. Heather was killed after a car rammed into a group of people protesting against a white supremacist rally in the city on Saturday. Heather's last post on social media said," If you're not outraged, you're not listening." Friends and fellow activists have now had those words printed on t-shirts commemorating what she stood for. Her heartbroken mother said, "Heather was about stopping hatred." Nineteen people were also injured in the incident which happened at the end of a "Unite the Right" march. Find out more about Heather Heyer bbc.in/Charlottesville - Photo REUTERS/Justin Ide #charlottesville#virginia#usa