India: Police arrest 2 suspects in train bombing

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March 14, 2007 07:41

 
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Two people who allegedly sold the suitcases used to make the bombs that ignited deadly fires on a train linking India and Pakistan have been arrested, police said Wednesday, announcing the first arrests in the attack that killed 68 people. The pair were picked up Tuesday in the central Indian city of Indore where authorities believe the bombers bought suitcases that were stuffed with explosives and petrol, said R.C. Mishra, a senior police official. The bombs were set off on February 18 aboard the train, which runs from New Delhi to Lahore.

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