In this combo photo released by the Spanish Interior Ministry on Thursday Aug.2, 2012 three al-Qaida suspects only identified by their initials are seen in this hand out photo. Spanis

 

              In this combo photo released by the Spanish Interior Ministry on Thursday Aug.2,  2012  three al-Qaida suspects only identified by their initials are seen in this hand out photo. Spanis
In this combo photo released by the Spanish Interior Ministry on Thursday Aug.2, 2012 three al-Qaida suspects only identified by their initials are seen in this hand out photo. Spanish police arrested three suspected members of al-Qaida who they believe were planning to carry out attacks in Spain and possibly other European countries, Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz said Thursday.  Two of the detainees were from countries of the former Soviet Union and were arrested in the central town of Ciudad Real. The third, a Turk, was detained in the southern town of La Linea. Left to right, identified by their initials, A.A.A., C.Y. , M.A. The three alleged al-Qaida suspects with possible plans for an attack in Spain or elsewhere in Europe have arrived at Spain's National Court for questioning. The judge was expected to decide Friday Aug. 3, 2012 after the closed-door hearing if they will remain detained. (AP Photo/Spanish Interior Ministry)