Spanish police arrest 26 in crackdown on anarchist group

2015-03-30 13:42

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Madrid - Spanish police say they have arrested 12 people suspected of belonging to an anarchist group with terrorist aims.

A police statement said those detained on Monday were members of an organization called Coordinated Anarchists Groups, and are suspected of sabotage offenses and planting explosive devices.

There were no immediate details on any actions carried out by the group.

The statement said 14 others were arrested for resisting police carrying out the operation.

The arrests were made in Madrid, Barcelona, Palencia and Granada.
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