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No to terrorism: Morocco rocked by dobbeltdrabet on Louisa and Maren

Dobbeltdrabet on two female students in Morocco is a tragedy, but we must not let terror win. this is the sound of the Saturday from the Moroccan embassy in C

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No to terrorism: Morocco rocked by dobbeltdrabet on Louisa and Maren

Dobbeltdrabet on two female students in Morocco is a tragedy, but we must not let terror win.

this is the sound of the Saturday from the Moroccan embassy in Copenhagen.

'The moroccan people are shocked by this tragedy and strongly condemn this terrorist act', writes the embassy, in a statement to the news agency Ritzau.

the Response comes on the day when the two killed - 24-year-old Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, and 28-year-old Maren Ueland - recall in several places in Morocco. The killings are being investigated as terror.

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hundreds gathered in the village of Imlil, where Maren Ueland and Louisa Vesterager Jesperse was found killed. Photo: Marianne Løvland/Ritzau Scanpix

Partly in the village of Imlil in the vicinity of where the Monday was found murdered. Saturday was the hundreds of locals and tourists gathered to remind them.

Partly in the capital Rabat, where moroccan bar association stands for the commemorations by, respectively, Norway's and Denmark's embassies. Between 100 and 150 people were gathered in front of the Danish embassy.

the Authorities in Morocco suspect the four men, who, in a video allegedly swearing allegiance to the Islamic State, to stand behind dobbeltdrabet.

- Their (Islamic heads of State, red.) goal is to create fear and bring our shared values in danger. We must not let terror prevail, states that, in the opinion of the embassy.

Eventually the country was struck by terror, was in 2011.

Dobbeltdrabet according to the embassy triggered an 'unprecedented wave of solidarity' in relation to the victims and their families.

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the Woman standing by the Danish embassy in Morocco and holds a scarf with the text 'No to terrorism' in sympathy Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Norwegian Maren Ueland, who has been killed. Photo: Adnane Bennis/Ritzau Scanpix

The four men considered for the prime suspect, was arrested Tuesday and Thursday.

on Friday informed the authorities in Morocco, to a further nine persons, who put in connection with the case, has been arrested.

the Embassy stresses that there has been several arrests on the "record time".

'the Investigation continues, and everyone involved will be arrested and justice done, expected'

the Embassy informs of the opinion, that you are available for the concerned families and works closely with the Danish ministry of foreign affairs and the Danish ambassador in Morocco.

The two female students were taken to Morocco, among other things, to hike in the Atlas mountains.

Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Uelands body was flown to Denmark on Friday.

Morocco is shaking after the killing of the two young students. Between 100 and 150 people met up in front of the Danish embassy in Morocco. 'No to terrorism' is inscribed on the protester scarf. Photo: Adnane Bennis/Ritzau Scanpix

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