Interpol: Britain not sharing terror probe info

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July 9, 2007 11:43

 
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The head of Interpol said Monday that Britain has not shared any information from the investigation of three failed car bomb attacks, which he said reflects London's reluctance to join in global efforts to combat terrorism. "We have received not one name, not one fingerprint, not one telephone number, not one address, nothing, from the UK, about the recent thwarted terrorist attacks," Ronald Noble, Interpol's secretary general, said in an interview with British Broadcasting Corp. television. Detectives on three continents are working to piece together details of the failed attacks on two London nightspots and the airport in Glasgow, Scotland. Police in Australia on Monday asked a judge for more time to question an Indian doctor arrested in Brisbane in connection with the British attacks.

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