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SPAIN SECURITY
RTRE170 
October 24, 2004 
Spanish Judge Baltasar Garzon on Saturday ordered 17 men to prison on suspicion of belonging to an armed... 
Madrid, Spain 
Police handout photographs of suspected armed Islamic group which was planning atack on Spain's High... 
Spanish Judge Baltasar Garzon on Saturday ordered 17 men to prison on suspicion of belonging to an armed Islamic group that was planning to blow up the High Court. Their group, called "Martyrs for Morocco", was formed in jail, the investigating magistrate said in a court order. The High Court, a non-descript office building in central Madrid, is the site of the ongoing investigation into the March 11 train bombings, carried out by Islamic militants, that killed 191 people. Handout photograph shows recently arrested suspects (Top L-R), Abdol Ghaffar Hashemi, Mourad Yala, Djamel Merabet, Madjid Sahouane, (Bottom L-R), Magid Mchmacha, Mokhatar Siah, Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed. REUTERS/HO/ Spanish Interior Ministry PH/ABP 
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