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Britain Files Charges for 11 Tied to Plot

Warning that Britain faced a “deadly” and “enduring” threat from terrorism, British authorities announced today that 11 of 23 people held in connection with a suspected plot to blow up trans-Atlantic airliners would be formally charged with offenses including possession of bomb-making equipment and conspiracy to commit murder. At a news conference, Susan Hemming, a lawyer from the Crown Prosecution Service, said one person was being freed while other 11 suspects would remain in custody under counterterrorism laws permitting 28 days of detention without charge. Full Story

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