Crime group financing Al Qaeda disrupted with the support of Eurojust

EPA-EFE/STF ATTENTION EDITORS POLICE OFFICERS FACE PIXELATED DUE TO SPANISH LAW

A video grab shows Spanish National Police members on duty during a search at a residence in Algete as part of an anti-Jihadist operation, in Madrid, Spain, 18 June 2019. Ten suspects have been arrested, one of Syrian origins and the rest Spanish, during the operation against a network that financed Jihadist groups operating in Syria.

Crime group financing Al Qaeda disrupted with the support of Eurojust


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The Spanish National Police disrupted on 18 June a criminal organization which was financing Al Qaeda terrorist militias, and is part of an international clandestine structure, aiming to attack the Western economic system as a form of terrorism.
Ten individuals were arrested in the complex operation, and 14 house and premises searches were carried out, involving more than 350 police officers.
Europol supported the Spanish authorities with experts from the European Counter Terrorism Center and Universal Forensic Extraction Devices to support the investigations on-the-spot.

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