Morocco and Spain arrest 4 suspected ISIS supporters in joint raids


Moroccan police have disrupted a jihadist cell and arrested three suspected supporters of Islamic State, in a joint operation with Spain.

Three men were detained in Morocco’s northern Nador region “in coordination with Spanish national police,” while the head of the group was “arrested simultaneously” near Madrid.

The suspects, aged between 24 and 39, followed Islamic State group propaganda and organized meetings to “plan terrorist operations.