Attention turns to affiliations of mosque-bombing suspects

Why three men allegedly chose to travel some 500 miles (805 kilometers) from a rural farming community of less the 100 residents in central Illinois to bomb a particular mosque in suburban Minneapolis isn't clear.

Attention by investigators, as well as members of the Bloomington, Minnesota, mosque, now turns to the suspects' affiliations and backgrounds and what else these might reveal about their motivations.

A statement from the U.S. attorney's office in Springfield, Illinois, says the men also are suspected in the attempted bombing of an abortion clinic.

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