Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan man in Barcelona with suspected links to ISIS who was believed to have been planning a militant attack.
The Guardia Civil force said it had arrested the man, described as deeply radicalized, after a joint investigation with security forces in Morocco and the United States.
“The suspect intended to carry out a terrorist act, the details of which are unknown,” police said in a statement on Friday.
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