Two Saudi Arabian medical students, arrested in the UK after the failed London bombings and the Glasgow attack, have been released without charge.
The two, aged 24 and 27, were never named. They were detained close to the hospital where they were working and held for two weeks before their release.
They were both attached to the hospital in Scotland which treated the only victim of the Glasgow attack; a man who suffered severe burns and was alleged to have been in the car which was driven into the main doors of the airport.
Yesterday, a doctor of Indian origin, Sabeel Ahmed, was charged in the UK in connection with the attacks.
Ahmed is the brother of the man in hospital, and a cousin of the only suspect in Australia, who was also charged yesterday with providing “reckless support” to a terrorist organisation. He allegedly left a telephone SIM card with his cousins which was used in the attacks.
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