Spanish security forces on Friday broke up an Al-Qaeda-linked network in north Africa suspected of sending fighters to Syria, arresting eight people in early morning raids.
Spanish security forces broke up an Al-Qaeda linked network and arrested eight suspects in raids early Friday morning in Ceuta, a Spanish enclave in north Africa, the government said. File picture shows a Spanish policeman at the Tarajal border checkpoint, in Ceuta.
Police launched operations against the ring in Ceuta, a Spanish territory in north Africa, the government said.
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