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SPAIN WAS WARNED: CIA told 'Catalonia police Barcelona would be hit by terror ...

Barcelona terror attackEPAThe CIA were warned of a possible terror attack in Barcelona

The Catalonina regional police force were told that the Spanish capital of Barcelona was a top target for the sick terror cult Islamic State (ISIS) in June this year. 

Local newspaper El Peridoco reported: ”Two months ago the Central Intelligence Agency passed a notice to the Catalan autonomous police.

"It even warned of the risk to Las Ramblas.” 

The sick terror cult has claimed responsibility for the horror Barcelona van attack, which has claimed the lives of 13 people and injured 130 people.

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Barcelona terror attackGETTYThe death toll has risen to 14 after the double terror attack in Barcelona

Two months ago the Central Intelligence Agency passed a notice to the Catalan autonomous police

The death toll rose after a woman was confirmed dead following a second terror attack in Cambrils. 

Five jihadis, wearing fake sucide belts, were also shot dead when they attempted to drive a Audi A3 down a street in Cambrils, just hours after a terror lorry ploughed into locals and tourists in Las Ramblas. 

The reported warning comes after a number of high-profile car-ramming attacks across Europe including Nice, London, Berlin and Stockholm. 

Spain was last hit by terror in 2004 when a suspected al Qaeda terror cell exploded bombs

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