Britain to review arrests of 'terror suspects' during papal visit
November 09, 2010
The British government will review the arrest of six men on suspicion of terrorism during the visit by Pope Benedict XVI to the United Kingdom.
The six men—all employees of a cleaning firm, and reportedly of Arabic background—were released after police found that they represented “no credible threat” against the Pontiff. A thorough investigation uncovered no evidence that they had engaged in any terrorist plot.
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