Spain arrests four linked to Madrid train bombings

[JURIST] Spanish authorities Tuesday arrested four suspects linked to the Madrid train bombings [JURIST Hot Topic]. All four arrested were Moroccan nationals, and authorities believed they were part of the Moroccan Islamic Combat Group, a terrorist group. The four, who were named as husband and wife Allal Moussaten and Safia Belhadj, Brahim Moussaten and Mohamed Moussaten, were arrested early in the morning in Leganes, a Madrid suburb. Spanish officials have arrested 18 in connection with the March 2004 attacks that killed 191. Only one person has been tried and convicted so far. AFP has more.

 

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