As the dust settled over five days of angst in Spain after deadly terror attacks, the four remaining alleged members of a terror cell that carried out the carnage arrived in a Madrid Court this morning for questioning.
Spanish police shot dead Barcelona terror suspect Younes Abouyaaqoub on Monday in a dramatic end to a massive manhunt for the Moroccan National.
Under heavy security, police vans carrying the suspects entered the national court, which deals with terrorism cases, where a judge will decide what if any charges to press against the four men who allegedly formed part of the cell.
These include Driss Oukabir, 27, the older brother of Moussa who was killed by police in Cambrils on Friday morning after going on a car rampage with four others.
Mohamed Aallaa, Mohamed Houli Chemlal, who was injured in the explosion in Alcanar, and Salh el Karib were also in Court.
Police gave their ages as 21, 28 and 34 but did not say who was what age.