TWO people have been arrested under anti-terrorism powers in the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta.
Police said they had links to Daesh and were part of a group at an advanced stage of planning terror attacks.
The identity of those in custody has not been revealed but the Interior Ministry said they had undergone a long radicalisation process.
At least six locations have been searched by police, the statement said.
Spanish police have arrested around 180 people suspected of jihadi links over the last two years, the ministry said.