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Alleged leader of Islamist group linked to Madrid bombs lives in UK

An alleged leader of a radical Islamist group from Morocco which has been connected to both last week’s Madrid bombings and suicide attacks in Casablanca last May is living in Britain, according to intelligence sources. Mohammed al-Gerbouzi has shaken off repeated requests from Moroccan authorities who want to extradite him to face charges related to the 44 deaths caused by the Casablanca bombings. He has been based in Britain for 16 years. Mr al-Gerbouzi, now a British citizen, is widely reported to be one of the leaders of the Group of Islamic Combatants of Morocco, one of the main suspects in the Madrid bombings, according to the newspaper El País yesterday. Full Story

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