Spain arrests 2 Al-Qaeda suspects with similar profile to Boston suspects

Posted: April 24, 2013 in Current Affairs, World Affairs
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MADRID (AP): Spain’s Interior Ministry says police have arrested two suspected members of Al-Qaeda’s North African branch who have a similar profile to the suspects in the recent attacks in Boston.

A statement on Tuesday said one Algerian was arrested in the north-eastern city of Zaragoza while a Moroccan was arrested in the south-eastern city of Murcia.

The ministry said the two were suspected members of a cell of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, a branch of Al-Qaeda that operates in north-west Africa.

The ministry gave no immediate details as to how their profile was similar to those suspected of carrying out two bomb attacks during the Boston Marathon last week.

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