Spain and Morocco arrest 14 suspected ISIS recruiters

By REUTERS
August 25, 2015 09:36

 
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MADRID - Spain and Morocco arrested 14 people on Tuesday suspected of recruiting fighters for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, Spain's Interior Ministry said.

The arrests, part of a joint operation between Morocco and Spain, were made in the outskirts of Madrid and in various places in Morocco.

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