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Pakistan intelligence may be driving arrests

The arrests of more than a dozen terror suspects around the world this week may have been fueled by intelligence from Pakistan, and many of the suspects are alleged to have strong ties to al Qaeda. One man arrested in a British roundup of al Qaeda suspects is believed to have been on the ground in New York in 2001 conducting reconnaissance of financial buildings identified recently as possible attack targets, a U.S. law enforcement source told CNN. He has been identified as Esa al-Hindi by U.S. government officials who describe him a “major player who moved operational information between key components of al Qaeda” in Britain, the United States and Pakistan.Full Story

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