As well as locals, people from France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Australia, America and Hong Kong are said to have been hurt.
The youngest among the dead is believed to be a three-year-old girl, who died shortly after being taken into hospital.
Italy said two of its nationals were killed while German television channel ZDF reported three Germans among the dead. Belgium’s deputy prime minister and foreign affairs minister Didier Reynders confirmed the death of one Belgian citizen via twitter.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says one American confirmed dead in Spain attack.
A six-year-old girl of unknown nationality is among the scores injured. She is currently being treated for a cerebral hemorrhage, an official at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona told the New York Times. A seven-year-old Australian boy is also currently missing.
So far, France has confirmed 26 injured victims, German 13, Australia four, and the Netherlands and Greece three. A Hong Kong citizen suffered minor injuries, as did one American.
Source : CNBC