Court can't charge brothers over alleged bomb plot

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November 1, 2006 17:56

 
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A British court ruled Wednesday there was not enough evidence to try two brothers charged in connection with an alleged plot to bomb trans-Atlantic airliners in mid-air. Umair Hussain, 25, and Mehran Hussain 23, had been charged with failing to disclose information about an act of terrorism in connection with the plot, which police said they foiled in August.

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