At least 20 people have been killed and a number injured in a series of bomb attacks in Morocco’s largest city Casablanca, security officials said. Four explosions – three of them car bombs – occurred within half an hour at locations near the centre of the city, authorities said. The interior minister said the attacks “bear the hallmark of international terrorism”. The targets appeared to include the Belgian consulate, the Safir Hotel, a Jewish community centre and Casa de Espana – a Spanish restaurant. Full Story
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