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Spain Frees al-Qaida-Linked Suspects

Four men questioned about alleged links with the al-Qaida terrorist network after an FBI study suggested they could have turned products found in their possession into “homemade napalm” have been freed by a judge, news reports said. The four were released unconditionally after each was questioned for five minutes by Judge Guillermo Ruiz de Polanco in Madrid’s National Court, Canal Plus television reported. The four had been among 16 men arrested Jan. 24 in northeast Spain on suspicion of belonging to the Salafist Group for Call and Combat, an Algerian extremist organization is believed to have ties to al-Qaida. Full Story

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