Police in Spain have arrested two North African men who they allege are members of Al-Qaeda.
The Ministry of the Interior said that the men are "suspected of being members of a terrorist cell related to the radical organisation Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb".
Algerian Mediouni Nou was detained in Zaragoza in the Aragon region, while Moroccan Hassan El Jaaouani was detained in Murcia.
Their profile meets the two people who recently committed the terrorist slaughter in the US city of Boston.
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