MADRID - Three suspected al-Qaida members have been arrested in the south of Spain in possession of explosives, local media reported on Thursday, citing police sources.
According to a report on Cadena Ser radio station, two Chechens, and a Turkish suspect were arrested in Cadiz and Ciudad Real.
The Interior Ministry would not confirm the report, though said its minister would hold a news conference at 11 GMT.
An attack on Spain in 2004 attributed to al-Qaida left 191 dead.
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