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Imlil Murders: Resumption of the trial

The trial of the accused in the case of the murder of the two Scandinavian tourists in the region of Imlil (El Haouz province) will resume on June 13, announced Thursday in Salé, the Criminal Chamber in charge of terrorism cases near annex of the Court of Appeal.

In the context of this trial opened on May 2, the defendants, including a national bearing dual Swiss and Spanish nationality, are prosecuted in particular for “apology for terrorism”, “harm to the life of persons with premeditation” and “constitution of a gang to prepare and commit terrorist acts”.

As part of the investigations carried out after the discovery of the dead bodies of two foreign tourists in the Imlil region, the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), reporting to the Directorate-General for National Territorial Surveillance, had announced the arrest of the accused, in collaboration with the Royal Gendarmerie and National Security.

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