Friday, May 6, 2011

Rabat no mention of the suspects in Marrakesh to Paris situated in Al Qaeda

Morocco has failed to comment on the investigation into the attack last Thursday in Marrakech and has stated that information will do so only with clear and definite, according to the Moroccan Minister of Communication and Government Spokesman, Khalid Naciri, said Thursday. Government spokesman was responding to the announcement by France in which he claimed to have information that would have been identified in Morocco to two possible suspects in the bombing, which killed 16 people, eight of them French.

According to French Foreign Minister, Alain Juppe, the data comes from the judicial investigation opened after the attack. "We will inform in a transparent manner when necessary and indispensable and necessary discretion to make research effective," said Moroccan Minister spokesman. On Thursday, French daily Le Figaro reports that it is believed the suspects are members of Al Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM, for its acronym in English).

The newspaper quoted French sources close to the investigation say the attack bears the signature of AQIM and the bomb was detonated remotely by telephone. French President Nicolas Sarkozy said, according to Le Figaro after the investigation "hour by hour."

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