From Hindustan Times, with thanks to Nicolei:
Polish security forces have searched the house of a suspect in the London bombings. The home of a Pakistani-born British man was searched in Lublin following a tip-off.
Reportedly about 30 Al-Qaeda fighters and sympathisers, both British-born and foreign, have been identified and are being investigated by counter-terrorism officers as the most likely suspects behind the London bombings, according to The Independent.
The cell responsible for the attacks is believed to number from four to 12 people, anti-terrorist sources have revealed. The sources also disclosed that an initial group of about 30 key suspects has been identified from the hundreds of pieces of intelligence collected by MI5, MI6, Scotland Yard’s anti terrorist branch, and the bugging centre at GCHQ (the Government Communication Headquarters) in Cheltenham. The material includes phone taps and reports from foreign agents and police forces.
Among the suspects being investigated is the terrorist believed to have organised last year’s Madrid train attacks in which 191 people were killed. Spanish intelligence officers have flown to London to help the police. They were among about 100 senior police officers from forces across the world that gathered at Scotland Yard in central London over the weekend to share information.