Two Arrests in Mumbai Attacks

Italian police arrested two Pakistanis suspected of sending money in aid to the Islamic militant group responsible for the deaths of 166 people in Mumbai a year ago. With the help of Indian authorities and the FBI, Italian authorities were able to identify the two men as owners of a money transfer business in Brescia, in northern Italy. They are said to have transferred money to fund the internet phone calls of individuals "in direct contact with the militants." The police also arrested two Pakistanis they said had ties to illegal human trafficking.