Two Men Arrested for 'Suspicious Items' at Schiphol Airport

The AP and other sources are reporting that two men were arrested Monday morning at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport after security agents found "suspicious items" in their luggage. The two had arrived in Amsterdam via a United Airlines flight from Chicago.

According to reports, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says the two men are being held in the Netherlands, where they can be under arrest without charges for up to six days, and that they were not on any terror watch lists.

We'll have more information about the arrests as it breaks.


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