Spanish judge jails suspected suicide bombing recruiters Kate Heneroty at 9:22 AM ET
[JURIST] Eight men accused of recruiting people to carry out suicide bombings in Iraq have been jailed in Spain following several days of questioning, officials of the National Court [court website, in Spanish] announced Tuesday. Spanish Judge Fernando Grande-Malarska freed 3 other men, who were also part of the group arrested [JURIST report] last week, suspected of being members of al-Qaida in Iraq. Officials did not release the suspects names, but most are Moroccan. Reuters has more.
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