Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Terrorist suspect forced to leave Mongolia

One of the three arrested terrorist suspects was forced to leave Mongolia.

General Intelligence Agency and State Investigation Department agents arrested three Pakistani citizens, who are possibly linked to terrorism and homicide, in late April in Ulaanbaatar. The agents found that two of the suspects, from the three Ramzan Hafiz Mohammed, Mohammed Ramzan Mohammed Bakhsh and Hayat Hizar Mohammed Ramzan, who were wanted by INTERPOL entered Mongolia on a tourist visa in the middle of April.

But according to an official source one of the three suspects was forced to leave Mongolia. The two remaining suspects are still being questioned.

Official sources hesitated to give more details about the case because it is still under investigation.

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