Two terror suspects held in Geneva, US also locates Chicago, Toronto cells
The Swiss attorney general’s office announced Saturday that two Syrian men had been arrested in Geneva on suspicion of making explosives and having links to extremist groups. They are charged with manufacturing, concealing and transporting of explosives and toxic gases, as well as violating a federal law prohibiting "groups like al Qaeda, [ISIS] and similar organizations." It is not clear if the two suspects are among the four individuals sought. The Swiss authorities have not lifted the terror alert imposed last week which included increased security in Geneva in the streets, outside synagogues, the UN building, diplomatic compounds, train stations and the airport.