Saturday, April 30, 2011

France sends police to arrest perpetrators of the attack

Paris .- France today sent a team of French police to Marrakesh to take part in the judicial investigation opened on the attack yesterday which killed 15 people and wounded at least twenty. The Foreign Ministry said today that at least two agents have moved to this research, commissioned by the prosecution yesterday in Paris at the Central Directorate of Interior Information and Anti-Terrorist Branch (SDAT).

A ministry spokesman added that it has opened a crisis center at the consulate in Marrakesh, strengthened with the transfer of the French ambassador to the city, with the staff of Rabat, with three "agents of crisis," foreign ministry and two psychologists. The Moroccan Ministry of Interior reported today that among the 15 fatalities recorded in the bombing in a cafe on the Jemaah El Fna square in Marrakesh, have been identified so far, two Moroccans, two French, two Canadians and a Dutch.

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