Italy: 3 Moroccans arrested as terror suspects

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January 31, 2011 12:15

 
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Italian police say they have arrested three Moroccans suspected of preparing and spreading online material that could be used for training of terrorists.

Police said the three suspects were picked up before dawn Monday in and around Catanzaro, in southern Italy.

Police in Catanzaro said the three are accused of creating and spreading online material for the training of terrorists, including how to use arms and explosives and how to hack into computer systems.

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