U.K. Suspects Questioned At least some of the suspects detained in a British anti-terrorism raid may have ties to previous or planned attacks against the United States, investigators say. The men are believed to have played roles in planning future attacks on British and U.S. targets. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Los Angeles Times reporter Josh Meyer.
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U.K. Suspects May Have Ties to Attacks in U.S.

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U.K. Suspects May Have Ties to Attacks in U.S.

U.K. Suspects May Have Ties to Attacks in U.S.

U.K. Suspects May Have Ties to Attacks in U.S.

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At least some of the suspects detained in a British anti-terrorism raid may have ties to previous or planned attacks against the United States, investigators say. The men are believed to have played roles in planning future attacks on British and U.S. targets. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Los Angeles Times reporter Josh Meyer.