Spanish police arrest IS supporters
The Spanish police has two Moroccan men held that supporters of the terror group Islamic State would be, and a possible attack on European soil intended to commit.
One of the two was, according to the Spanish ministry of Domestic Affairs to the Turkish border, traveled to join IS in Syria. After a workout he had back have to travel to take part in an attack in Europe.
The Turkish police took him to the border and sent him back to Spain. He was released, but continued to try to to IS to connect, said the ministry.
The other man is suspected to have helped. The two men are residents of Murcia in the south and Valladolid in the north of Spain.