Police have arrested suspected jihadists in Spain, Italy and Kosovo. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Crackdown in Europe. Spanish police raid an apartment in Pampalona arresting a 32-year old Moroccan man they suspect of planning to travel to Syria to join Islamic State. More under arrest as Italian and Kosovan police arrest four Kosovars suspected of being part of a jihadist cell that spread Islamist propaganda and made threats against Pope Francis. One of their messages read: "Remember there won't be another pope after this one. This is the last one." Italian police said the four, three of whom were arrested in Italy and one in Kosovo, are all suspected of "condoning terrorism" and "inciting racial hatred."