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The National Court began on Tuesday the trial against the three accused in the attacks in Catalonia in 2017 that left 16 people dead and 140 injured when a van broke into the Rambla and later altercations broke out in Cambrils.
The Mosso d’Esquadra who instructed the investigation into the trial of two alleged members of the terrorist cell, Mohamed Houli and Driss Oukabir, and a supposed collaborator, Said Ben Iazza, has assured this Tuesday that the aforementioned were not the only targets of the jihadist cell formed in Ripoll.
According to their testimony, they aimed to Camp Nou, FC Barcelona stadium, the day of the League match at the Barça stadium.
According to the content of the computers seized from the group and the statement of one of its members, his intention was to commit an attack with a van bomb, with grenades and with explosive belts, at the Nou Camp on August 20, 2017 on the occasion of a match between the Football Club Barcelona and Real Betis.