Italian police arrest 2 suspects over Mumbai terror attacks

Italian police arrest 2

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November 21, 2009 10:43

 
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Italian police on Saturday arrested two Pakistani men accused of providing logistical support for last year's terror attacks in Mumbai, officials said. The two, father and son, were arrested in an early morning raid in Brescia, police in the northern Italian city said. The suspects managed a money transfer agency and helped fund the November 26 attacks, police said in a statement. The day before the attacks they transferred money to activate an Internet phone account that was used by the attackers and their accomplices, said Stefano Fonzi, the head of anti-terror police in Brescia.

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