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Spanish authorities say Canada is among the countries with citizens either killed or injured in yesterday's terror attacks.

But Global Affairs Canada is saying only that Canadians were "affected" by attacks -- without providing any details.

Thirteen people were killed and 120 were wounded after a van mowed down pedestrians in Barcelona's historic Las Ramblas district.

A makeshift memorial continues to grow at the site.

The Civil Protection Agency says of the injured -- 61 people remain in hospital, including 17 in critical condition and 25 in serious condition.

In the second attack in Spain -- one woman was killed when a car rammed pedestrians in the seaside town of Cambrils (CAM'-brihls).

Police shot and killed five suspects in that attack. (10)

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(Finland-Stabbing)

Police in Finland say one person has died in the stabbings of several people in the western city of Turku.

A suspect was shot in the leg.

Finland's top police chief says it's too early to link the events in Turku to international terrorism. (10)

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(US-Yahoo-Security-Breach) (Audio: 66)

A Canadian man accused in a massive hack of Yahoo emails has officially waived an extradition hearing and faces charges in the United States.

Karim Baratov's lawyer Amedeo Carlo says his client has been weighing the decision for months and just wants to speed the process along.

The 22-year-old Baratov is accused along with three others -- two of whom are alleged to be Russian security service agents. (10)

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(Terror-Abroad)

The Crown wants a nine-year prison sentence for a man convicted of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State. …

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