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32 indicted on terror charges in Spain

A judge indicted 32 people Friday on charges of belonging to or collaborating with a militant group working in Spain to recruit fighters for al-Qaida in Iraq. Ansar al-Islam members have been trying to muster volunteers among Spain’s Moroccan and Algerian communities since 2004, said Judge Baltasar Garzon. Thirteen of those indicted on charges of membership in a terrorist organization were already jailed pending the start of their trial, and Garzon ordered them to remain in custody. Full Story

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