Two men questioned in France re Madrid attacks

26th July 2005, Comments 0 comments

WERVICQ-SUD, France, July 26 (AFP) - Two men were taken in for questioning early Tuesday by police at a northern French town on the Belgian border as part of the inquiry into the 2004 Madrid bombings, according to a source close to the investigation.

WERVICQ-SUD, France, July 26 (AFP) - Two men were taken in for questioning early Tuesday by police at a northern French town on the Belgian border as part of the inquiry into the 2004 Madrid bombings, according to a source close to the investigation.

At dawn, heavily armed police searched a house in a residential area of the border town of Wervicq-Sud, about 15 kilometers (nine miles) north of Lille.

A Moroccan man and his son with French nationality were taken to Lille to be placed in detention, the source said.

The names and address of the two men were found by Spanish police charged with the inquiry into the attacks on commuter trains in Madrid last year that killed 191 people. the source said.

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