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International Terror Link Suspected in Morocco Attacks

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International Terror Link Suspected in Morocco Attacks

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International Terror Link Suspected in Morocco Attacks

International Terror Link Suspected in Morocco Attacks

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Moroccan police arrest more than 20 people in connection with Friday's five Casablanca bombings that killed 41 people and injured more than 100. Authorities say they suspect Moroccan Islamic groups with global terrorist links are responsible for the near-simultaneous attacks. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Josh Meyer of the Los Angeles Times.

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