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Morocco's first "terror trial" opens

Fifty-two suspected members of a radical Islamic group went on trial Monday in the first court case directly linked to the May 16 suicide attacks that killed 44 people including 12 assailants. The session was suspended shortly afterward, in response to a request from the defense for time to prepare its arguments. The judge earlier demanded that three would-be suicide bombers who had survived their attacks identify themselves. They were brought in along with their co-defendants in a cage of bullet-proof glass under high security before the criminal chamber of Casablanca’s appeals court. Full Story

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