Teen girls held for Morocco 'plot'
Police in Morocco have said that they have detained three teenage girls, including twin sisters, suspected of planning a suicide attack on a supermarket in the capital, Rabat. They say they have uncovered a cell of a radical Islamic group which was planning to attack targets in the capital, Rabat. According to the police, they have arrested eight more suspected members of the Salafia Jihadia cell and are carrying out a manhunt for 17 more. So far Rabat has escaped attacks by the radical Islamic organisation which blew up Western and Jewish targets in the commercial city of Casablanca in May killing 45 people. But with this discovery, the capital is once again on high alert. Full Story