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Iran 'identifies' al-Qaeda suspects

Iran says it has identified most of the al-Qaeda suspects it is currently holding in custody, but has refused release any of their names. Several reports have stated that those held may include some of Osama Bin Laden’s closest aides and even one of the al-Qaeda leader’s sons. However Iran did not confirm how many alleged al-Qaeda members it was holding, their nationalities or their names, citing “security concerns”. Last month Tehran announced Iran that it had rounded up several al-Qaeda members after US accusations that Iran-based members of the network had backed the May suicide bombings in Saudi Arabia. Full Story

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