Ceuta terror cell case begins in Morocco
Court hearings began Monday (August 24th) in Morocco for a police commissioner, officer and gendarme accused of belonging to a Salafia Jihadia terror cell dismantled last June in Ceuta, MAP reported. Eight people were arrested in connection with the case, including three Spanish nationals of Moroccan origin. The other five suspects will appear in court next month. The cell allegedly established relations with French terrorist Robert Richard Antoine Pierre, alias Abou Abderrahmane, and other terrorists in Sweden, Morocco and Afghanistan.
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