UK: pleading guilty of terrorism charges
Three of the men charged with plotting to bomb transatlantic passenger flights pleaded guilty at a London court Monday to conspiracy to cause explosions, report UK news agencies.
Assad Sarwar, 28, Abdulla Ahmed Ali, 27 and Tanvir Hussain, 27, all entered guilty pleas at Woolwich Crown Court in southeast London, reported the UK Press Association.
At the same time they also pleaded guilty to creating public nuisance by releasing videos threatening suicide bomb attacks in the UK, the agency reported.
Umar Islam, 30, and Ibrahim Savant, 27, two of their co-defendants, also entered guilty pleas to the nuisance charges, added PA.
A jury must still decide if the five men, along with three others, are guilty of conspiring to murder thousands of people by smuggling home-made liquid bombs onto passenger jets.
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