Morocco arrests suspects in Marrakesh cafe bomb

From Reuters
People stand near the scene after an explosion rocked the Argana cafe in Marrakesh's Jamaa el-Fnaa square April 28, 2011. REUTERS/Jean Blondin

RABAT | Thu May 5, 2011 10:01pm BST

(Reuters) – Police in Morocco arrested three people on Thursday for a cafe bombing in the tourist city of Marrakesh on April 28 that killed 16 people, and said the chief suspect was “loyal” to al Qaeda.

The three suspects were all Moroccans, the official news agency reported. Most of the bomb victims were foreign holidaymakers.

(Reporting by Souhail Karam; Editing by Matt Robinson and Jon Hemming)

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One Reply to “Morocco arrests suspects in Marrakesh cafe bomb”

  1. Why would any sane person vacation in a Moslem country when the Moslems are trying to destroy the West?

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