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However, it added: 'We will not be making any further comments on this tragedy and ask everyone, especially the media, to give us the privacy we need to grieve away from the public eye.' The aftermath of the Las Ramblas attack is seen in an aerial view for the first time in this exclusive picture, taken by Briton John Ward from his balcony, just minutes after the terror atrocity.
The picture shows: (1) An injured pedestrian being attended to.
Your kindness was incredible during a difficult time.'We also acknowledge we are not the only family to be affected by the events, our prayers and thoughts are with all people affected.' The Catalonia region's emergency services identified two other victims as Belgian and Italian on Sunday, though their names have not been released.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop also confirmed Julian's death.
People walk down a wide, pedestrian path in the center of the street while cars can travel on either side.
Police immediately cordoned off the city's broad avenue and ordered stores and nearby Metro and train stations to close.
Five relatives and friends of Mrs Cadman were at her bedside.
Relatives of Julian Cadman, a dual British-Australian national, appealed for information about his whereabouts after he became separated from his mother in the massacre on Las Ramblas that left 14 dead and at least 120 injured.
The boy was a student at St Bernadette's Primary in Lalor Park.
Las Ramblas, a street of stalls and shops that cuts through the center of Barcelona, is one of the city's top tourist destinations.
British-Australian Julian, who was born in Kent in the UK but moved to Sydney three years ago, was pictured smiling hours before he was tragically separated from his mother during the chaos.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull addressed the tragic search for the seven-year-old at a Liberal Conference on Saturday asking all Australians to say a prayer for the 'little Australian boy'.