Nigerians charged with aiding Iran militant cell

By REUTERS
August 28, 2013 20:08

ABUJA - Nigeria charged two of its citizens on Wednesday with assisting an Iranian militant cell in planning possible attacks on Israeli targets, alleging that one had traveled to Tehran and Dubai to receive cash and had spied on Israeli interests in Lagos.

The secret service arrested Abdullahi Mustapha Berende and Saheed Oluremi Adewumi, plus one other Nigerian, in February. It accused them of being members of a "high profile terrorist network" that was planning attacks on home soil.The alleged cell was not named in the charge sheet. Iran has never responded to the allegations.


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