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UK cell followed al Qaeda leader orders: witness

Al Qaeda’s number three ordered a British terrorism cell not to pray in public and to pose as Western tourists when they travelled to a training camp in Pakistan, an informant told a London court on Tuesday. The men, some of whom are on trial accused of planning bomb attacks on Britain, bought a camera and took photos to keep up the illusion they were tourists, U.S. informant Mohammed Babar told the Old Bailey criminal court. Babar, 31, a Pakistan-born American, is the key prosecution witness against seven Britons accused of planning to use ammonium fertilizer bombs to blow up possible targets such as pubs, clubs, trains and utility systems. Full Story

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