The phrase "no tinc por" is also reportedly being embraced by the political class in the country in response to the ISIS-backed violence.
A woman places roses on the auto of medical emergency services in Barcelona on August 26, during a march against terrorism which slogan is #NoTincPor (I'm Not Afraid).
The loss of life from the Barcelona assault ascended from 13 to 14 on Sunday, when the Catalan government reported that a 51-year-old German lady had additionally passed on from her wounds.
In a statement, the Ministry of Health of the Generalitat (Catalan government) said that the woman was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of Barcelona Hospital del March. Fourteen people died in the van incident and another two were killed in the driver's getaway and in a separate vehicle and knife assault in Cambrils early the next day.
Rajoy is joining King Felipe VI and national and regional politicians for a massive rally Saturday evening in Barcelona to reject violence.
The municipal police said in a Twitter post that half a million people participated in the march to commemorate the deadly vehicle rampage, though the figures were not confirmed by other sources.
Members of Spain's Islamic community marched alongside King Felipe and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
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People hold placards and flags as they take part in a march of unity.
Some marchers whistled their displeasure and banners criticised the king's role in promoting military exports to Saudi Arabia.
The Spanish High Court had earlier this week, ordered two of the four suspects detained in connection with the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils to be sent to jail.
More than 120 people were wounded in the attacks. Six of them remain in critical condition.
The Catalan Police confirmed that around 500,000 people attended the protests.
In the northeastern town of Ripoll, home for numerous attackers, members of the local Muslim community and other residents gathered in a central square to condemn the deadly attacks.