Four arrested in Denmark over terror plot


COPENHAGEN – The Danish intelligence agency PET said on Wednesday it had arrested four men suspected of preparing a terror attack against the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten, which published the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed.
“These arrests have successfully stopped an imminent terror attack, where several of the suspects … were going to force their way into the (building which houses the Jyllands-Posten newspaper) in Copenhagen and kill as many people as possible,” PET head Jacob Scharf said in a statement.