Police charge nine over uk terrorism plot in 2010, with alleged link to Muslim community

10 set Police charge nine over uk terrorism plot in 2010, with alleged link to Muslim community

Police charge nine over uk terrorism plot in 2010, with alleged link to Muslim community

Seven men were arrested at the scene of last week’s terror attack in London in which one of the victims died and three others were injured in a bomb attack, a government official has confirmed.

The Metropolitan police said the group included one from the Middle East. However, officials had not been told whether they were the British-born men involved or were believed to be from other Middle Eastern nations.

On Thursday police arrested four British-born men in connection with the attack and another four outside London’s Heathrow Airpo홀덤rt in connection with their suspected roles. Two of the men were detained without incident, and two were released without charge.

Seven men have now been charged in connection with the incident. Three men are British-born and two are from Syria.

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The six suspects are all Syrian Muslims, along with three from Iran and one from Nigeria, one of whom has ties to al-Qaeda, the official said.

One of the men accused of plotting the attack was named locally as Khaled al-Nahim, 25, an aspiring journalist, according to court records. He was arrested alongside one of the suspects.

The four suspected “members of a terrorist organisation”보성출장마사지 are said to have provided information to the police, which has led to arrests. The four men were part of a small group, made up mostly of Syrians, who drove a black Toyota Highlander SUV, covered in white flags and painted blue, from the airport’s실시간 카지노 main station, to the Bataclan theatre where the attack took place at 10.15pm.

The incident came just three months after London witnessed its worst attack, when a 32-year-old Moroccan national and a 30-year-old British-born man died when attackers drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge. That attack was claimed by the Islamic State group (Isis) as part of a series of attacks in Paris and the UK.

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