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Three found guilty of failed London bomb plot

Three men were convicted on Monday of plotting to bomb London’s transport network in July 2005. Jurors found Muktar Said Ibrahim, 29, Yassin Omar, 26, and Ramzi Mohammed, 25, guilty of conspiracy to murder in a failed attack designed to replicate the al-Qaeda linked suicide bombings that killed 52 people two weeks earlier. The men, Muslims of African origin, would have caused widespread destruction on a similar scale to the deadly 7/7 attacks. But police said, although the detonators on their makeshift bombs fired, the main charges failed to explode. Full Story

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