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Spanish police have arrested two men on suspicion of seeking recruits for ISIS, the interior ministry said on Tuesday.One of the men, a Spanish national of Moroccan origin who was arrested in the northern port city of Gijon, had sworn loyalty to ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and was in touch with ISIS "members and leaders" through a large, secure network he had created.Two weeks ago, the interior ministry said four Spaniards and a Moroccan had been arrested in Spain, Belgium and Germany for online propaganda and ISIS recruitment through a Facebook page called "Islam in Spanish" which was followed by 32,500 people.
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