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Investigators ID suspects in Morocco bombing

They were young, mostly students. One was a parking lot attendant. And the group of suicide bombers who left a trail of destruction and death in Morocco’s biggest city were also operatives in a global terror campaign, officials say. The revelations emerged as Moroccan investigators pieced together evidence from the Friday night explosions at five sites in Casablanca. Officials now say 41 people were killed including 12 bombers. One suspected attacker was captured immediately after the attacks, and another was taken in on Sunday, said Interior Minister Moustafa Sahel. Questioning of the suspects is “allowing us to make remarkable progress in terms of information and to confirm our suspicions that links exist with international terrorism,” Sahel said Monday. He said all the suspects had been identified, although he did not elaborate. Officials originally said 13 bombers had died. Full Story

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