Three charged in connection with 7/7 bombings

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April 7, 2007 12:13

 
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Three men were appearing in a London court Saturday, charged with conspiring with four suicide bombers who killed 52 commuters on London's transport system in 2005. Mohammed Shakil, 30; Sadeer Saleem, 26; and Waheed Ali, 23, are the first people to be charged in connection with the bombings, the deadliest attack on London since World War II. The men are all from the Beeston area of Leeds, in northern England, which was home to several of the July 7, 2005, bombers.

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