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Morocco Bombs Prompt Fears of Europe Attacks

European police and security officials have flown to Morocco amid growing international concern that radical Muslim groups are preparing further suicide attacks against western interests. The arrival of investigative teams from Spain, Italy and France, together with more discreet co-operation being offered to Moroccan counter-terrorist efforts by the US and Britain, underline nervousness that those responsible for last weekend’s bomb attacks in Casablanca could have links with other militant Muslims in Europe. “We want to find out whether there is any evidence emerging in Morocco that points to further dangers to Europe, rather than waiting to be told,” one European security source said on Monday. In the UK, Chris Fox, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, told a conference on Monday that police were having to reassess, in the wake of the past week’s bombings against civilians in Morocco and Saudi Arabia, the range of potential “soft targets” that might now be vulnerable to terrorist attack. Full Story

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