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Bristol photographer caught up in Barcelona terror attack

Five terrorists have been shot dead by police in the Spanish coastal town of Cambrils, bringing an end to the second attack to hit Catalonia.

It came just hours after terrorists launched a vehicle attack in Barcelona that left 14 people dead and more than 100 injured.

Bristol photographer Shelby Mansell was forced to hide in a bakery in Barcelona to escape the attack.

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Terrorist from Devon who tried to blow up restaurant in Exeter dies

A young British terrorist who tried to blow up a restaurant with a homemade nail bomb after he was groomed by extremists online has died in prison.

30 year old Nicky Reilly carried three glass bottles packed with explosives into the Giraffe restaurant in Exeter, Devon, in May 2008.

Nicky Reilly, home grown terrorist who tried to blow up an Exeter restaurant dies Credit: PA News

He was the only person injured when he accidentally set off one of the devices in the toilets.

It is thought he was serving a jail term in Broadmoor. News of his death has been confirmed by his family.


Bristol to Brussels: Wednesday's cancelled flights

Flights to Brussels from Bristol Airport have been cancelled following yesterday's explosions in the Belgian capital which killed at least 34 people.

Security remains on high alert at the terminal building after the UK's own terror threat was raised yesterday.

For now the following flights are listed as cancelled on the Bristol airport website - passengers are advised to check for updates before they travel:


  • 06:05 Flight number SN 2056 - cancelled
  • 10:40 Flight number SN 2058 - cancelled
  • 17:30 Flight number SN 2060 - cancelled


  • 10:05 Flight number SN 2055 - cancelled
  • 17:00 Flight number SN 2057 - cancelled
  • 21:35 Flight number SN 2059 - cancelled

Somerset school under fire for cancelling trips to Europe over terrorism fears

A school in Somerset has come under fire from parents after cancelling trips to France and Germany next July because of the risk of terrorism on the continent.

Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe was due to take 60 eleven and twelve year olds on the annual trip to help them learn French and German.

They're now looking for an alternative in England. Our Somerset correspondent, David Woodland, has this exclusive report.

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