Moroccan investigators continue their painstaking search for clues at the restaurant in Marrakesh that was the scene of a deadly blast on Thursday.
The interior minister told parliament early indications pointed to a bomb detonated by remote control.
The blast was in a restaurant overlooking the Jema el-Fnaa square in Marrakesh, a hugely popular tourist site. The dead, at least 15 according to reported, are believed to include French, Dutch, British, Canadian and Israeli nationals.
With al Qaeda’s north African branch thought to be behind the attack, hundreds of people filled the Jema el-Fnaa square yesterday to demonstrate against terrorism.
Tourism is the second biggest industry in Morocco and such an attack is likely to hit the economy badly.week men claiming to be from al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghred posted a video on the internet threatening to attack Moroccan interests.