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>> Raids across Europe with a bust of a suspected of Islamic State cell. Spanish, German, and Belgium officials arresting five people, believed to be forming a quote active and dangerous group, promoting Islamist militancy. One person was arrested here in Spain's north African enclave of Melilla. Two others were detained in Barcelona, one in Brussels, and one in Wuppertal, Germany.
Four of the suspects are Spanish, and one Moroccan. Spain's Interior Ministry says the group used a Facebook page with over 32,000 followers to glorify the Islamic State and spread the message of the militant group that operates out of Syria and Iraq. Europe remains on high alert after a string of terror attacks on the continent.
In Spain alone, 34 people have been arrested with suspected connections to Islamist militancy.