US Agents Hold Middle Eastern Man on Warrant

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US Agents Hold Middle Eastern Man on Warrant


THE FBI has captured a Middle Eastern man they want to question about the terror attacks on New York and Washington.

Nabil Al-Marabh, 34, was arrested in a Chicago suburb last night, said FBI spokeswoman Mary Muha. She said he was being held on a warrant issued in Boston in March for assault with a knife.

Federal agents had been looking for him since at least Monday. That day, they raided a Detroit house with Al-Marabh's name on the mailbox and arrested three men after discovering false visas, passports and other identification, as well as what appeared to be a diagram of an airport flight line.

The FBI list that Al-Marabh is on includes suspects, potential associates of the suspects and potential witnesses related to the attacks While agents were in Detroit on Monday, Al-Marabh was in Three Oaks, in the south-western corner of Michigan near the Indiana state line, getting a duplicate driver's licence, state authorities said.

In December, Al-Marabh was convicted of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon - a knife - in Boston.

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