Bahrain says no trace of suspects' assets

BAHRAIN - Bahrain's central bank said on Wednesday 3 October no assets of 27 groups and individuals suspected of having financial links to the 11 September attacks on the United States have so far been found in the island state.

The Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) has asked banks to freeze assets of a "preliminary" list of 27 groups and individuals accused of backing Saudi-born dissident Osama bin Laden, the prime suspects in the attacks which left 6,500 dead or missing, believed killed.

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