According the an Associated Press (AP) story that was carried on CBS News, the FBI are currently searching for 11 Egyptian Students who failed to report to the exchange program at Montana State University.
The missing Egyptian men were part of a group of 17 students who arrived in the United States on July 29th (2006). Apparently all of the students had obtained appropriate visas to enter the United States. The whereabouts and intentions of the missing 11 students are unknown. At least the other six Egyptian students who arrived on July 29th, reported to their respective exchange programs at Montana State.
According to FBI Special Agent Richard Kolko. "At this point all they have done is not show up for a scheduled academic program ..... There is no threat associated with these men."Please visit CBS news for the rest of the story, FBI are searching for 11 Egyptian Exchange Students
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