Moroccan security agents were today questioning dozens of suspects picked up after Friday night’s deadly suicide bombings that killed 28 bystanders in Casablanca.
Mon, 19 May, 2003
Investigators raided Islamic militant strongholds across Morocco today in search of suspects linked to the suicide bombings in Casablanca that killed at least 28 people.
Sun, 18 May, 2003
The suicide bombings in Morocco which killed 41 people came just five days after a Western compound was targeted by bombers in Saudi Arabia.
Five “groups of kamikazes” – 14 attackers in all – carried out the deadly series of suicide bombings in Casablanca, Morocco’s commercial capital, killing 28 people, the interior minister said.
The Kingdom of Morocco has until now been an oasis of calm along the violent fault line between Islam and the West.
Sat, 17 May, 2003
The recent terrorist attacks in Morocco and Saudi Arabia demonstrate the strength of local constituent groups of the al Qaida movement, a terrorist expert said today.
A British man who escaped the terror attacks in Morocco tonight told of the “chaos” after a string of suicide bombs killed at least 40 people.
The al-Qaida terrorist network are being blamed for a series of suicide bombings in the Moroccan city of Casablanca.
At least 20 people were killed when four explosions tore through the Moroccan coastal city of Casablanca damaging a synagogue, the Belgian consulate and a Spanish restaurant, officials said.
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