US students face 'al-Qaeda' probe

US officials interrogate five Americans after arrests over alleged al-Qaeda links.

    US security officials have questioned five American Muslims in Pakistan after they were arrested for alleged links to al-Qaeda.

    A Pakistani police chief said the men were seeking military training and planned to join fighters along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

    Rob Reynolds reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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