Thursday, August 10, 2006

ABC News names arrested 'terrorists'

ABC News reported in the last hour of further developments in the current terror threat enveloping US and UK air traffic. The threat from liquid explosives has been tried and succeeded before, ABC reported. And the terrorist today have taken up where their predecessors left off. Ramzi Ahmed Yousef [jailed for the 1993 World Trade Centre bombing] also masterminded a plot to bring down 12 Philippine planes. In 1994 a 'test run' killed a Japanese tourist [NY Times]. Now a Pakistani plot is said to be similar to the Yousef led 1995 plot. ABC reported that up to 5 suspects may still be on the loose. It also names three of the 21 men in custody in the UK as Rashid Rauf, Mohammed al-Ghandra, Ahmed al Khan [ABC]. Posted by Picasa

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