London Terror Plot Arrests -- Aug. 10, 2006
LONDON, June 2 -- A man accused of leading a plot to bomb transatlantic airliners in 2006 denied the charges in court Monday, telling a jury that he planned to detonate a bomb in the British Parliament but never targeted airplanes or intended to kill anyone.
 
Air Plot Said to Target Cities (Post, November 2, 2006, Page A07)
 
Trial in Plane Plot May Wait Till '08: At Hearing, British Prosecutor Cites Vast Amount of Evidence (Post, September 5, 2006, Page A15)
 
British Seize 16 in Anti-Terror Raids: Arrests in Two Cities Not Tied to Airliner Plot, Officials Say (Post, September 3, 2006, Page A16)
 
Five Plot Suspects to Remain in British Jail (Post, August 31, 2006, Page A20)
 
British Charge 11 Suspects in Airliner Plot: In Rare Move, Evidence Cited (Post, August 22, 2006, Page A01)
 
British Plane Diverted After Note Is Found (Post, August 19, 2006, Page A12)
 
British Court Gives Police More Leeway To Probe Plot (Post, August 17, 2006, Page A19)
 
British Make Arrest In Plot: Germans Probe Possible Link To Sept. 11 Cell (Post, August 16, 2006, Page A08)
 
Britain Downgrades Threat Level Status (Post, August 14, 2006; 11:06 AM)
 
Chertoff: No U.S. Terror Link Seen: As DHS Lowers Threat Level, Chief Calls for Continued Vigilance (Post, August 14, 2006, Page A09)
 
TSA Tries To Balance Security, Efficiency: U.S. Relaxes Carry-On Rules For Some Products (Post, August 14, 2006, Page A10)
 
A 4th Day of Slow Going in Britain: Airports Remain on Alert; Another Plot Called 'Highly Likely' (Post, August 14, 2006, Page A10)
 
U.S. Responded to Plot With Speed, Secrecy (Post, August 13, 2006, Page A01)
 
Young Muslim Rage Takes Root in Britain: Unemployment, Foreign Policy Fuel Extremism (Post, August 13, 2006, Page A01)
 
Police Keeping Most Plot Suspects in Custody, Without Charges, Under Terror Law (Post, August 13, 2006, Page A14)
 
Airliner Plot Had Support In Pakistan, Officials Say: Sponsors Described as Giving Financial, Logistical Assistance (Post, August 12, 2006, Page A01)
 
In Britain: Highest Alert Is Maintained; Air Traffic Begins to Rebound (Post, August 12, 2006, Page A12)
 
Suspects Recalled as 'Just Normal Guys': Neighbors Voice Skepticism About Investigation, Friends' Alleged Role in Plot (Post, August 12, 2006, Page A12)
 
U.K. Bank Freezes Assets of 19 Terror Suspects (Post, August 11, 2006; 5:56 PM)
 
A Global Probe: Tip Followed '05 Attacks on London Transit (Post, August 11, 2006, Page A01)
 
Is It Al-Qaeda?: Signs Point To a Surviving Terror Network (Post, August 11, 2006, Page A01)
 
D.C. Area Airports: Liquids and Gels Discarded With Weary Surrender (Post, August 11, 2006, Page A01)
 
Plot to Bomb U.S.-Bound Jets Is Foiled: Britain Arrests 24 Suspected Conspirators (Post, August 11, 2006, Page A01)
 
The Technical Perspective: Ingredients for a Bomb Are Not Hard to Find (Post, August 11, 2006, Page A11)
 
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