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Uganda Grills Six Foreigners Over Terror

By Vision Reporter

Added 10th October 2001 03:00 AM

UGANDAN security are still interrogating the six Pakistanis and a Zambian on suspicion that they are linked to the alleged terror network headed by Osama bin Laden pending completion of investigations by Interpol (International Police) into a Pakistani travel agency.

UGANDAN security are still interrogating the six Pakistanis and a Zambian on suspicion that they are linked to the alleged terror network headed by Osama bin Laden pending completion of investigations by Interpol (International Police) into a Pakistani travel agency.

By Alfred Wasike UGANDAN security are still interrogating the six Pakistanis and a Zambian on suspicion that they are linked to the alleged terror network headed by Osama bin Laden pending completion of investigations by Interpol (International Police) into a Pakistani travel agency. Bin Laden is the prime suspect in the September 11 terror attacks on the US. The Inspector General of Police, Major General Edward Katumba Wamala, yesterday confirmed: “We are not leaving any stone unturned in our interrogations. We are waiting for Interpol to finish investigations into the Pakistani agency which arranged for their travel. We are still questioning them.” The Pakistanis, Khan Imtaz, Slaman Muhamoud Khan, Mumtax Ahmed Khan, M. Sarwar, Eissa Khan and Maqdol Ahmad Malik and the Zambian, Mukanga Murenga, were arrested late last month at Entebbe International Airport in transit from Rwanda to an undisclosed country. Ends

Uganda Grills Six Foreigners Over Terror

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