Morocco has arrested nine new suspects over the murder of two Scandinavian tourists in the High Atlas mountains.
Two female tourists from Norway and Denmark were found dead last Monday in the Atlas Mountains in central Morocco, with both having neck wounds caused by knives, the country’s interior ministry said.
According to a statement from the Interior Ministry, the women from Denmark and Norway were discovered on Monday with “evidence of violence on their necks” inflicted by a “cold weapon.”
A video surfaced online on Thursday of the killers of two foreign tourists in Morocco pledging allegiance to ISIS.
The video was shared by social accounts close to the terrorist group.