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Europeans zero in on suspected Moroccan, Pakistani terror links

European investigators zeroed in on suspected terrorism links to Morocco and Pakistan amid fears the continent could become a new terrorist battleground after last month’s bombings in Madrid. French agents arrested 13 suspected members of a Moroccan Islamic group considered a prime suspect in the March 11 blasts, while Spanish police took two more men in custody for alleged involvement. At the same time, Spanish officials confirmed that one of the five men who blew themselves up late Saturday while under police siege outside of Madrid was a Moroccan who led the terror operation that killed 191 people. In London, British anti-terrorist police questioned nine men, including eight reportedly of Pakistani origin, who were arrested in raids last week that apparently foiled a plot to build and detonate a powerful bomb. Full Story

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