Spain issues 4 arrest warrants in van attacks
A police union official says a document identifying four suspects in the attacks in Spain's Catalonia region identify them as being of Moroccan origin and all from the small city of Ripoll near the Pyrenees mountains and Spain's border with France.
The document - whose validity was confirmed by a Spanish police union official - identified the four as Moussa Oukabir, Said Aallaa, Mohamed Hychami and Younes Abouyaaqoub.
It says Oukabir was born in Ripoll and also holds Moroccan citizenship. The document also says the other three were born in Morocco and have Spanish residency.
The official said Friday the document was sent to police across the country after Spain's National Court issued arrest warrants for the suspects. The official spoke anonymously because the official was not authorized to disclose the information.
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