Morocco: Ring Planned Assassinations
Morocco says it has dismantled a terrorist network that raised funds through holdups and jewelry thefts in Europe and was plotting to assassinate Cabinet ministers, army officers and Jews in the North African kingdom.
The official MAP news agency reported Wednesday night that the country also banned an Islamist political party, Al Badil Al Hadari, because some members were allegedly linked to the network.
MAP said authorities discovered a vast stash of weapons while dismantling the network, which they believe is linked to Al-Qaida and local terror groups.
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