U.K. Terrorism Suspects Considered Jobs in U.S. Some of the suspects in the recent attempted car bombings in Britain had made inquiries about working in the United States. The FBI confirmed that two of the men had contacted a clearing house for foreign doctors in Philadelphia.
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U.K. Terrorism Suspects Considered Jobs in U.S.

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U.K. Terrorism Suspects Considered Jobs in U.S.

U.K. Terrorism Suspects Considered Jobs in U.S.

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The FBI confirmed that some of the suspects in the recent attempted car bombings in Britain had made inquiries about working in the United States.

The Bureau said two of the men contacted a clearing house for foreign doctors, the Philadelphia-based Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates.

Meanwhile, police in Western Australia are questioning four more doctors as part of their investigation into the failed attacks in London and Glasgow. Detectives have also seized computer equipment from hospitals in Perth and the mining town of Kalgoorlie.