The director of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations, Abdelhak Khiame, gestures during an interview with The Associated Press at his headquarters in Sale near Rabat, Morocco, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)
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A top Moroccan intelligence official said on Tuesday that it was his country that put French and Belgian police on the trail of the network behind the November attacks in Paris that killed 130, and likely spared more lives by pinpointing the location of the suspected ringleader.European investigators are trying to piece together the geography of the Nov. 13 attacks, focusing attention not only on Paris and Brussels -- where some of the attackers lived -- but on other parts of Europe as well as the trail of some to Syria.
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