Britain on Alert after Warning of Attack by Women Suicide Bombers
Byline: Jason Lewis WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT
A TEAM of non-Arabic female suicide bombers has been sent to attack targets in the West, it was claimed last night.
The women, who are believed to have escaped an attack on an Al Qaeda terror camp in Yemen, are thought to be travelling under Western passports.
It is thought they could be planning an atrocity to coincide with a major anti-terrorism conference in London this week, which will be attended by leading figures from 60 countries, including US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.
In a separate development yesterday, it was revealed that Britain's terror threat …
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