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Latest 21 July 2005 London bombings Stories

2006-09-03 18:37:08

LONDON (Reuters) - Police investigating an alleged terrorist training network searched 17 homes in the British capital on Sunday and were granted more time to question 14 suspects, they said. The police also searched a sprawling Islamic school in southern England for a second day. A court gave the police until Wednesday to question three of the 14 people arrested this weekend as part of the investigation, the police said in a statement. The police were given permission to detain the...

2006-06-05 04:14:38

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - British police said on Monday they were still searching for evidence of a chemical bomb in a house raided in the capital last week, but declined to comment on reports they acted on faulty intelligence. Two brothers, aged 23 and 20, were arrested during the dawn raid last Friday when more than 250 police officers, some in chemical protection suits, stormed their house in east London. One man was shot in the shoulder during the raid, one of the...

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...

2005-12-22 15:44:13

LONDON (Reuters) - British police charged a student on Thursday in connection with the failed bomb attacks in London on July 21, a spokesman said. Adel Yahya, 23, of north London, will appear in court in central London on Friday charged with 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 tried to set off...

2005-12-22 15:26:24

LONDON (Reuters) - British police charged a student on Thursday in connection with the failed bomb attacks in London on July 21, a spokesman said. Adel Yahya, 23, of north London, will appear in court in central London on Friday charged with conspiracy to cause an explosion "likely to endanger life or cause serious injury to property," London police said.

2005-10-23 12:58:45

LONDON (Reuters) - British police have arrested a man from northern England over alleged comments he made to a Sunday newspaper about the July 7 bombings in London, the capital's police force said on Sunday. The 27-year-old man from West Yorkshire was arrested late on Saturday on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism, a police spokesman said, without giving details. "The arrest is made in connection with the ongoing investigation into the four bomb...

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 09:19:25

By Peter Graff LONDON (Reuters) - A man suspected of being one of four bombers who launched botched July 21 attacks on London's transport system arrived in Britain from Italy on Thursday to face charges of plotting murder. Ethiopian-born Briton Hussein Osman, also known as Hamdi Issac, was flown with police officers to a Royal Air Force base at Northolt on Thursday after failing in a bid to block his extradition. London's Metropolitan Police said he was arrested while still on...

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 07:21:25

By Katherine Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Three men arrested over failed attempts to bomb Britain's capital appeared in a high-security courtroom on Monday charged with attempting to murder passengers on London's transport system. A judge remanded Ibrahim Muktar Said, Ramzi Mohammed, and Yassin Hassan Omar in custody until Nov. 14. A fourth suspect in the alleged plot to bomb three underground trains and a double-decker bus on July 21 has been arrested in Italy. The failed bombings caused...


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