Police Arrest Nine in London Terror Case British police arrest another nine suspects in the London bombing investigation, for a total of 20. The chief of the Metropolitan Police said his force was racing against time to find the remaining three suspects in the failed bombings of July 21. He's concerned they might try again.
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Police Arrest Nine in London Terror Case

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Police Arrest Nine in London Terror Case

Police Arrest Nine in London Terror Case

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British police arrest another nine suspects in the London bombing investigation, for a total of 20. The chief of the Metropolitan Police said his force was racing against time to find the remaining three suspected bombers before they strike again.

Yasin Hassan Omar, a primary suspect in the July 21 botched attack, is undergoing his second day of interrogation at the high-security Paddington Green police station, London's main detention facility for suspected terrorists. Experts say that like other Muslim detainees, Omar will be getting Halal food, and a prayer mat, and he's likely to have seen a lawyer.

Police were out in force Thursday, the three-week anniversary of the initial round of bombings that killed more than 50 people at three sites in the London subway system and on a double-decker bus.