London: Four men plead guilty to explosives plot

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April 25, 2007 21:07

Four men pleaded guilty in a London court on Wednesday to charges that they conspired with an al-Qaida linked operative to set off explosions. Junade Feroze, 31, Mohammed Zia Ul Haq, 28, Abdul Aziz Jalil, 34, and Omar Abdul Rehman, 23, admitted in Woolwich Crown Court that they conspired with Dhiren Barot, who was sentenced to life in prison for planning attacks on targets in the United States and Britain, London's Metropolitan Police said. Last week, another man, Mohammed Naveed Bhatti, 27, also pleaded guilty to taking part in the conspiracy. Authorities did not release details of any specific targets linked to the five men.


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