India names new suspect in train bombings

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July 14, 2006 10:46

 
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Indian authorities on Friday named a third suspect in this week's train bombings in Bombay, as the local media said the well-coordinated attacks that killed 200 people were planned by Pakistan's main intelligence agency. Pakistan denied the charge. Bombay Police Commissioner A.N. Roy said a man known only as Rahil was the third person being sought in connection with the eight blasts in Bombay's commuter train network during the evening rush hour on Tuesday. The government's Anti-Terror Squad Thursday night had released photos of two other suspects, Sayyad Zabiuddin and Zulfeqar Fayyaz. Their nationalities were not given, nor was it clear where the photos of the two young, bearded men originated.

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