UK terror suspect held in Spain over ISIS funding


A Bangladeshi-origin businessman from Wales has been arrested in Spain over his alleged involvement in a worldwide Islamic State weapons programme unearthed by the UK media. Ataul Haque is believed to be linked to a network of front companies, run from an office in Cardiff, which are accused of financing attacks in the US and shipping military- grade equipment for ISIS around the world, the Sunday Times reported. Spanish police allege that the 34-year-old was involved in “one of the most secretive and sophisticated” branches of the terrorist organisation and that it aimed to create weaponised drones. Balaclava-clad police with…

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