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Morocco has dismantled a suspected Daesh (ISIS) militant cell and arrested 10 women believed to be planning attacks in the North African kingdom, the Interior Ministry said Monday.It was the latest in a series of militant cells Morocco says it has broken up, but it is the first time authorities have arrested a group of female suspects.It said the cell members reflected a Daesh effort to integrate female militants for attacks in the kingdom and that they were inspired by the brother of one of them who was involved in bombings in Iraq earlier this year.
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