Spanish Police Arrest Two Young Women Suspected Of Heading For Jihad
The Interior Ministry said on Monday, two young Spanish women, one of them under 18, have been arrested in the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla on suspicion of trying to join an Islamic State militant cell in the Middle East. The ministry said, the women were detained on Saturday trying to cross from Melilla into Morocco, where they planned to make contact with a network that would transport them to conflict zones in Iraq or Syria.
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