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Tuesday, 12 February, 2002, 20:22 GMT
FBI's new terror suspects
Car being checked outside Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York
New York is on top alert following the warning
The FBI has released the names and photos of a Yemeni national and more than 16 of his associates that it believes could be plotting an attack in the US or Yemen.

The main suspect is named as Fawaz Yahya al-Rabeei, believed to have been born to Yemeni parents in Saudi Arabia in 1979.

Here are the pictures of him and 12 of the other suspects

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The BBC's Fergus Walsh
"This was the most detailed alert since 11 September"
Gene Poteat, former CIA agent
"It is possible these warnings act as a deterrent"
See also:

12 Feb 02 | Americas
FBI warns of new terror attack
11 Feb 02 | Americas
US probes Afghan missile strike
11 Feb 02 | Country profiles
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