Four Suspects in Catalan Attacks to Testify in Spanish Court Tuesday - Reports
The fours suspects detained following the deadly terror attacks in Catalonia will testify in the Spanish National High Court on Tuesday, El Mundo newspaper reported on Monday.
According to the newspaper, the suspects will be transferred from Barcelona to Madrid by the Civil Guard forces, where they will testify before Judge Fernando Andreu. The exact time of the proceedings is still unknown.
The suspects have been questioned during detention by law enforcers, the newspaper added. On Thursday and early Friday, Spain's Barcelona and Cambrils faced two van ramming attacks, which have killed 15 people and left more than 130 injured. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attacks.
According to the Catalan police, the terrorist cell which was behind the attacks included 12 people. Four of them were arrested and five others were killed. The identities of three criminals were established. Two or three more attackers allegedly died in an explosion in the Catalan town of Alcanar on Wednesday night, where the terrorists had been preparing explosives, while one suspect remains at large.