3 arrested in Bombay train bombings investigation

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July 21, 2006 06:40

 
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Indian police investigating the Bombay train bombings have arrested three men, the first arrests in the case, India's NDTV news channel reported Friday. Police were interrogating the men over their role in the July 11 bombings that killed 207 people and wounded more than 800, NDTV reported. Two of the men were arrested in the northern state of Bihar late Thursday and the third man was arrested in Bombay early Friday, NDTV said, quoting police sources.

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