Carlos Delclós

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A banner that says “We are not afraid” lies among a memorial to victims of the Aug. 17 attack on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas promenade. Emilio Morenatti/Associated Press

Life has returned to Las Ramblas, the pedestrian boulevard in central Barcelona that was the site last week of a deadly attack for which the Islamic State claimed credit. Shopkeepers, artists and street workers are back at their daily routines, albeit in a daze. Tourists and locals alike drift from Plaça Catalunya to the old Drassanes shipyard with downcast eyes. Where blood was spilled on the promenade’s tiles, makeshift memorials of candles and roses now grow. Beneath the trees that line the mall, people hold handwritten signs saying “We are not afraid.”

This rejection of fear has turned into a cry for unity in the aftermath of the attacks.…  Seguir leyendo »