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London police accuse 3 men of terror training in Pakistan
LONDON – A London court July 19 charged three men with travelling to Pakistan for training in terrorism and travelling abroad to commit acts of terrorism, media reported. It charged another man and a woman with possessing terrorist material.
Police say the three men – Richard Dart, Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom – prepared for terrorist acts, Express Tribune reported. They accuse a fourth man – Khalid Baqa – of possessing and disseminating terrorist material and a woman – Ruksana Begum – of possessing terrorist material, Sky News reported.
Police produced all five suspects in court July 19, according to Sky News. All five reside in England.