Morocco arrests six men suspected of planning attacks
Moroccan police have arrested six men suspected of planning to carry out attacks in Morocco and overseas, the Interior Ministry said on Monday, dpa reported.
"A six-strong terrorist network involved in cybernetic terrorism was recently dismantled," according to Morocco's state news agency MAP.
The ministry, which released a statement to MAP, did not specify when the six Moroccans were arrested, nor which countries they were targeting.
Members of the cell were making explosives and planning to use them in attacks, including car bombs targeting foreign interests in Morocco and security buildings, according to the ministry's statement.