Catalan regional police chief Josep Luis Trapero attends a press conference in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017.(AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Spain received a warning in May that Daesh (ISIS) was planning an attack in Barcelona but decided it lacked credibility, Catalan regional authorities said Thursday.But officials denied news reports that U.S. security agencies were behind the warning of an attack targeting the city, where the militants claimed a deadly van rampage two weeks ago.Spain is still recovering from the twin August vehicle attacks that left a total of 16 people dead and more than 120 wounded in Barcelona and the seaside resort of Cambrils further south.Daesh claimed both attacks.
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