Several hundred people met Saturday up in the moroccan village of Imlil with flowers and candles to commemorate the two slain women, Danish Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Norwegian Maren Ueland.
It writes the Norwegian news agency NTB.
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It was precisely in the vicinity of the city of Imlil, to the two women respectively 24 and 28 years old on Monday, was found killed.
At the session participated in both local and tourists, writes NTB.
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The two women were on a month-long vacation in the country for, among other things, hike in the Atlas mountains.
They were found dead near their tent in a popular tourist area.
The moroccan authorities are investigating dobbeltdrabet as the terror. The authorities have arrested four people suspected of the killings.
was arrested on Tuesday, while the three others were arrested Thursday.
When they were apprehended, they were, according to the Norwegian media VG on the way with the bus to the tourist town of Agadir. With him was the supposedly four knives.
Friday, it emerged that the authorities have made a further nine new arrests as part of a criminal investigation.
There are, according to moroccan police talk about people who have a connection to the four prime suspect.
Two videos that allegedly shows the killing of a woman and four men, who swear allegiance to the Islamic State, to be assessed by the Police Intelligence service (PET) to be true.
Both the Danish and the Norwegian police have sent a cop to Morocco. It should strengthen cooperation across countries.
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Danish Prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V) has condemned the dobbeltdrabet.
- We respond to all with horror, with disgust and with deep sadness, he said Thursday.
Later Saturday, the moroccan bar association, convened to commemorate in front of, respectively, the Norwegian and the Danish embassy in Morocco's capital, Rabat.