Video footage, captured on a mobile phone's camera, has shown the dramatic aftermath of a chemical factory explosion in Spain's Catalonia region.
In the 43 second clip, released by David Orta, clouds of toxic orange and yellow smoke can be seen billowing into the sky in the distance above a motorway.
Watch the full clip here:
A car passenger captured video footage of yellow smoke billowing into the sky following an explosion at a chemical factory in Catalonia Credit: David Orta/Reuters
Catalan authorities have urged 40,000 people in the immediate area, and in five neighbouring towns, to stay indoors and keep their doors and windows closed following the explosion.
A toxic cloud has spread over part of northern Spain after an explosion at a chemical factory in the Catalonia region injured three people.Read the full story ›
A British man has been arrested in Spain for allegedly killing a German man he caught filming his young daughter with an iPad.Read the full story ›
Tens of thousands of people have flooded the centre of Madrid in a rally for the far-left party Podemos, a party formed just a year ago which is currently topping opinion polls in the run up to local, regional and national elections this year.
People are fed up with the political class
Last week, Alexis Tsipras swept into victory on a wave of anti-austerity anger in Greece. He said he hoped voters across Europe would be inspired by Greece to break the "vicious cycle of austerity". Speaking shortly after his election he said:
First we talk Athens, then we take Madrid.
Tens of thousands of people turned out to take part in a march organised by Spain's anti-austerity party Podemos today.
Chanting "yes we can" and "tic tac tic tac" the gathered protesters were supporting Podemos' call for political change in light of the country's struggling economy.
There were eight French and two Greek citizens killed when a F-16 crashed in Spain today, Agence France-Presse reports.
Fire fighters are still tackling the huge blaze sparked after a fighter jet crashed, hitting other stationary planes at a Nato training base in Spain.
Ten people have been killed, 13 injured, seven seriously, the incident which has left several planes still ablaze.
The Facebook page for the base where a Greek fighter plane crashed has changed its profile picture to mark the deaths of ten people.
A post on the page says that details are still not clear following the incident.
Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.
A Greek fighter plane crashed, killing ten and injuring 13 people at a Nato training base in Spain.
The F-16 plane crashed shortly after taking off at the training centre in Albacete, 262 kilometres south-east of the Spanish capital of Madrid.
"The plane, part of the Tactical Leadership Programme of Nato was carrying out a (training) exercise when during the take-off the plane lost power, crashing into the parking area for planes, crashing into various planes that were parked there," said the defence ministry in a statement.
The defence ministry said firefighters were working to put out a fire at the base and the area had been cordoned off.
Ten people have died and 13 have been injured in a fighter plane crash at a training base used by Nato in Spain, a Defence Ministry spokesman said.