Terrorist linked to 26/11 attacks arrested in Europe posing as refugee
April 12, 2016  10:49
APakistani extremist linked to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks has reportedly been arrested in Austria on suspicion of planning attacks in Europe. The suspect is one of two men arrested in Salzburg, Austria posing as refugees on suspicion of planning attacks for Islamic State. 

The 34-year-old man, who has not previously been identified, was named as Muhammad Ghani Usman by the Sunday Times. He is said to be a former bombmaker for Lashkar-e Tayiba, the Pakistani group behind the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, in which 164 people were killed.
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