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Belgium Convicts Three in Terror Case

A Belgian court Thursday found three men guilty of belonging to an Islamic group linked to terrorist attacks in Madrid and Casablanca and sentenced them to at least six years in jail. The 2003 bombing in Casablanca killed 32 people and the 2004 train bombings in Madrid killed 191 people. The court said Abdelkader Hakimi, Lahoussine El Haski and Mustapha Lunani were leaders of the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group, or GICM, which is believed to have been behind the two terror bombings. Hakimi and El Haski were given seven-year jail sentences. Lunani received six years. Full Story

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