A British man was charged on Monday with being part of a plot to carry out a bomb attack in the UK.
Salahuddin Amin, who was arrested at Heathrow last week as he stepped off a flight from Pakistan, was charged with «maliciously conspiring with others to cause by explosive substances … an explosion likely to endanger life».
He is accused along with six Britons and a Canadian, who were arrested last year following Britain’s biggest anti-terrorism operation since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Police said then that they had seized more than half a tonne of ammonium nitrate fertiliser, which can be used to make bombs, in a west London warehouse. (reuters)