Six men have been charged in a terror plot foiled when authorities seized three vehicles carrying more than 2,200 pounds of explosives near Pakistan's capital, police said Sunday. Thursday's seizure and detention of the Pakistani suspects came days after a blast near the Danish Embassy in Islamabad killed at least six. Rana Mohammad Shahid, head of the Crimes Investigation Agency in Rawalpindi, a city near Islamabad where the plot was intercepted, said the suspects were charged with terrorism and conspiracy. He says they were taken to an anti-terrorism court after being formally arrested on Saturday. Officials say the suspects allegedly planned to attack "important installations" in Pakistan.