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Accused ‘working for al-Qaeda’

A man accused of plotting bombings in the UK told a contact he was working for al-Qaeda’s third-in-command, the Old Bailey has heard. Omar Khyam, of Crawley, West Sussex, also offered to organise explosives training, witness Mohammed Babar said. Babar said he was urgently summoned to a meeting with Mr Khyam and another alleged plotter, Waheed Mahmood, while they were all in Pakistan in 2003. Mr Mahmood, Mr Khyam and five others deny conspiracy to cause explosions. Full Story

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