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By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- Airline passengers will most likely be able to carry large bottles of liquids on airplanes sometime next year, the Transportation Security Administration says.
ONE of the men cleared of trying to blow up transatlantic flights bought chemicals from a shop in West Wales, it has emerged. Bomb-maker Assad Sarwar, 28, was found not guilty of a plotting to blow up planes but guilty of conspiracy tomurder.
Seven men accused of plotting to blow up transatlantic airliners will face a retrial, the Crown Prosecution Service said yesterday.
By SAM MARSDEN SEVEN men accused of plotting to blow up transatlantic airliners will face a retrial, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.
By Sam Marsden; Steffan Rhys VIRGIN ATLANTIC last night called for a review of restrictions on aircraft hand luggage, including rules on carrying liquids.
Three guilty of mass murder through liquid bomb plot LONDON, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- Three men in Britain have been found guilty of conspiracy over a mass murder attempt to blow up transatlantic flights from Heathrow Airport with a liquid bomb.
By Michael Savage; Nigel Morris THE GOVERNMENT is in discussions with security companies and Britain's airports to lift the ban on liquids being carried in hand luggage as early as next year, The Independent has learnt.
By Cahal Milmo HEATHROW BOMB PLOT THE VERDICT THREE YOUNG British Muslims who were turned into bombers while doing charity work in Pakistan are facing life behind bars after being convicted of plotting mass murder.
Three of eight men on trial for conspiring to launch terrorist attacks at Heathrow Airport and elsewhere in London have been found guilty. Abdulla Ahmed Ali was found guilty Monday of conspiring to kill hundreds of people, as were two other men, The Times of London reported.
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