Nine Pakistanis accused over a string of attacks that killed dozens of people and damaged the Danish embassy, were remanded in custody by an anti-terror court on Friday, police said. The suspects were arrested in Rawalpindi this week and confessed to involvement in high-profile bombings at the embassy in Islamabad, an Italian restaurant and against Pakistani security forces, police said. The men were remanded into police custody for 12 days "for further interrogation, from the court headed by an anti-terrorism judge," the top police commander of Rawalpindi, Nasir Durrani, told a foreign news agency. Police have hailed the arrests -- the biggest alleged terror gang to be busted in Rawalpindi since Pakistan joined the US-led "war on terror" eight years ago.