Terror suspects arrested upon Pope's visit

Six men were arrested Friday in connection with terrorist threats surrounding the London visit of Pope Benedict XVI, according to the New York Times..

The six men, all London street cleaners, have been arrested on suspision of terrorism, in the wake of a British investigation of attack threats on the pope during his visit, according to CNN. Representatives for the Vatican say that the arrests will not change the pope's travel plans.

The police are allowed to hold the men for 28 days without an official charge due to the Terrorism Act of 2000, and searches were conducted in business and residential areas of London, according to CNN.

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