Spain has been warned by authorities in Morocco that 3,000 jihadists fighting in Syria against Bashar al-Assad are making their way back home to Morocco—posing a danger to Spain. A great number of these Moroccan jihadists are from the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, which are permanently inhabited Spanish autonomous territories in North Africa; as such, these jihadists may have the necessary documentation to enter Spain.
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