Rabat - The August 17 attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, which left 14 people dead and 130 injured – in addition to seven Moroccan young men who were suspected of carrying the attacks while four others are currently under detention – have made Moroccan youth in Europe come under the spotlight, and not for good reasons.

How Moroccans of Europe Live the Aftermath of the Barcelona Attack
Saad Eddine Lamzouwaq is a reporter who worked as an assistant to several TV correspondents in Morocco.