Morocco denies reports on new suicide bombing attack
A suicide bomber blew himself up on Thursday in the same Casablanca suburb that saw three bomb blasts earlier this week, Moroccan police sources said. However, later a Moroccan official denied the report. In any case there was no word on casualties.
Three suspected suicide bombers blew themselves up on Tuesday following a police raid on a house in the suburb of Casablanca in which a fourth suspect was shot dead.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI visited on Wednesday the victims of the Casablanca blasts, which claimed the live of a policeman and injured 10 other people, including a child. The injured have been receiving treatment at several hospitals of Casablanca, Morocco's economic capital, MAP reported.
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