Moroccan security services have dismantled a suspected 24-member terrorism cell linked to al-Qaida, the country's official news agency said Monday.
According to the report, the group had been preparing to carry out killings and sabotage against security services and foreign interests in the North African country.
The suspects were rounded up after an assault on a police officer in the city of Casablanca.
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