Fourteen people suspected of terrorist activity have been arrested in raids across Spain. They are accused of recruiting fighters for missions in Iraq, according to Spanish police, who say the arrests are part of an ongoing investigation. The raids took place in Malaga, Nerja, and Sevilla in the south, Lerida in the northeast and on the Balearic Islands.
Among those seized are Moroccans and Ethiopians. It is the third time in less than a month that Spanish police have arrested suspected Islamic militants, including seven people with alleged links to al Qaeda.