3 more suspects charged in British terror plot

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August 30, 2006 02:14

 
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Three more people were charged Tuesday with conspiring to commit murder in the alleged plot to blow up US-bound airliners, British police said. Mohammed Yasar Gulzar, Mohammed Shamin Uddin and Nabeel Hussain were also charged with preparing to commit terrorism by helping in an alleged plan to smuggle explosives aboard the planes, police said. All three men will be arraigned on Wednesday. Of the 25 people originally arrested, 15 have been charged, five remain in custody and five have been released.

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