20,000 ISIS-uniforms found in Spain

 
20,000 ISIS-uniforms found in Spain
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Spanish authorities have seized 20,000 uniforms and equipment believed to have been intended for jihadists in the extremist group Islamic State (IS) and the al-Nusra Front, reports SVT.

The discovery was made during a crackdown on a network which, according to Spanish police, worked to provide the organizations with military equipment.

The uniforms had been hidden inside containers marked "second-hand clothes" and was stored among other civilian garments, reports CNN.

The containers also contained various kinds of goods to feed an army, according to the Spanish authorities.

The three containers, which were about to be shipped to areas controlled by IS and the al-Nusra Front, were inspected at ports in Valencia and Algeciras.

Seven people were arrested during the police operation.

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