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Morocco Arrests Three Attack Suspects, Names Four

Morocco said Saturday it had arrested three suspects in connection with last week’s suicide attacks in Casablanca and published the names of four more wanted men. Moroccan authorities say a small Islamic group, Assirat al Moustaquim (The Righteous Path), was behind the five almost simultaneous bombings on May 16, which killed 43 people, including several Westerners. The official MAP news agency quoted a senior interior ministry official as saying the three men in custody had been on a list of nine suspects announced Wednesday. It did not say when police has arrested them. MAP also said the government had announced the names of four more suspects and posted the pictures of the youthful looking men on its Web site. Full Story

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