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Latest 21 July 2005 London bombings trial Stories

2005-12-23 03:20:44

LONDON (Reuters) - A student is due in court on Friday charged in connection with the failed bomb attacks in London on July 21, a police spokesman said. Adel Yahya, 23, of north London, will appear at Bow Street magistrates court in central London accused of conspiracy to cause an explosion "likely to endanger life or cause serious injury to property," police said. He was arrested on Tuesday at London's Gatwick Airport when he stepped off a flight from Ethiopia. Police say four men...

2005-09-23 04:58:11

LONDON (Reuters) - An Ethiopian-born Briton appeared in court on Friday charged with attempted murder and possessing explosives as part of the botched attacks by four would-be bombers on the London transport system on July 21. Hussein Osman, also known as Hamdi Issac, was flown from Italy on Thursday with British police officers to a Royal Air Force base at Northolt in west London after failing to have his extradition blocked. Security was tight around the maximum security court in...

2005-09-22 12:57:27

By Peter Graff LONDON (Reuters) - A man extradited from Italy was charged on Thursday with possessing explosives and attempted murder as part of the botched attacks by four would-be bombers on the London transport system on July 21. Ethiopian-born Briton Hussein Osman, also known as Hamdi Issac, was flown back from Italy with British police officers to a Royal Air Force base at Northolt in west London after failing to have his extradition blocked. London's Metropolitan Police said...

2005-09-22 07:50:10

LONDON (Reuters) - A man suspected of being one of four bombers who launched botched attacks on London's transport system on July 21 arrived in Britain from Italy on Thursday to face charges of plotting murder. Ethiopian-born Briton Osman Hussein, also known as Hamdi Isaac, was flown with British police officers to a Royal Air Force base at Northolt in west London on Thursday after failing in a bid to block his extradition. "On his arrival in the UK, officers ... will arrest Osman...

2005-08-08 05:30:24

LONDON (Reuters) - A British court remanded in custody on Monday three men charged with attempted murder over failed attempts to set off bombs on London's transport system. Yassin Hassan Omar, Ibrahim Muktar Said and Ramzi Mohammed are also charged with conspiracy to murder and explosives offences over the botched attacks on July 21. They were arrested in police raids in Britain. British authorities want to extradite a fourth suspect, known as Hamdi Issac or Osman Hussein, who was arrested...

2005-08-07 16:51:59

LONDON (Reuters) - British police charged two more prime suspects on Sunday in connection with the failed attempts to bomb London's transport system on July 21, a police spokesman said. London police said Ibrahim Muktar Said, 27, and Ramzi Mohammed, 23, accused of planting bombs on the transport network, were charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to murder. Each of the charges carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. On Saturday, Yassin Hassan Omar, 24, the first of the...


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