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Spain Terror Attacks' Victims From All Over The World, Including U.S.

The State Department said Friday an American was one of at least 14 people killed in the attacks, and the more than 100 injured came from at least 34 countries. Here's a portrait of the lives lost.
People gather around a single rose laid on the ground of Las Ramblas in Barcelona on Friday, observing one minute's silence for the victims of the terrorist attack. / Carl Court / Getty Images

As the chaos of the past 24 hours settles in Spain, a clearer picture of the human cost in Barcelona and Cambrils is beginning to emerge — and one thing, at least, is becoming more apparent by the hour: Spain's deadliest terror attack in more than a decade claimed lives and damaged others from just about every continent.

At least 13 people were killed and more than 100 were injured Thursday when the crowds that regularly throng Barcelona's Las Ramblas

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