Two held in Italy for planning attacks in Europe

Rome, May 10 (IANS) Italian police on Tuesday arrested two Afghans, and were looking for one more, for allegedly planning attacks in Italy and other European countries such as England, France and Belgium.

These people were part of a cell that could be linked to Islamic State or Al Qaeda, EFE news reported quoting media.

The arrest warrant includes five names, but according to investigators, two of them could have returned to Afghanistan as they are missing.

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