Spain detains eight suspected al Qaeda recruiters for jihad in Syria
The raids Friday took place in the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta and the Moroccan city of Fnideq, where the Spanish Interior minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz said the network was based. Dozens of people had set out from those territories, he said, some of whom had taken part in suicide attacks, others joined training camps for armed action. . Several groups of jihadis are still expected to travel from Spain to Syria.