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Two more held over Madrid attacks

The Spanish judge investigating the Madrid train attacks has detained two more suspects in connection with the bombings which killed 191 people. The two men, both Moroccans, were provisionally charged with terrorism offences on Wednesday. There are now 17 people, including 13 Moroccans, in prison facing similar charges following the attacks. Reports say police are trying to find another safe house in or around the capital where others may be hiding. The men who appeared before National Court Judge Juan del Olmo on Wednesday were Rachid Adli, arrested near Madrid on Tuesday, and Abdelilah el Fuad, arrested on Friday in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in North Africa. Full Story

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