Three more charged in London bombings probe

[JURIST] British police Sunday charged three more individuals, including two alleged bombers, in the ongoing investigation into the July 21 attempted terror bombings in London. Muktar Said Ibrahim, 27, and Ramzi Mohammed, 23 were charged with conspiracy to murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to cause explosions and possession of an explosive substance. Manfo Kwaku Asiedu, 32, was charged with conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause explosions after he was linked to an unexploded device found in a west London park. Sunday's charges mean that with counts made Saturday against Yassin Hassan Omar [JURIST report], all three of the suspected bombers still in the UK have now been charged. A fourth suspected bomber arrested last week in Italy is facing extradition [JURIST report] under a European warrant. BBC News has more.



 

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