"Somalian Terror Suspect Arrested In Amsterdam!" Is NOT The Headline
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Dutch police arrested a Somalian with, I presume, a British passport, at Schiphol Airport as he was on his way to Entebbe, in Uganda.

He had taken off from Liverpool, originally.

He's arrested on suspicion of being "involved in a foreign terrorist organization," according to the Dutch Ministry of Justice. The adjective "foreign" here means foreign to Holland. It's probably foreign to Britain, Somalia, and Uganda too.

How├é  is he described in headlines?

How about "Somalian Muslim Arrested On Suspicion Of Terrorism"?

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