UK police make more arrests in London bombings case

[JURIST] London police arrested two more men Monday in connection with the July 21 London bombing attempts [JURIST news archive] following raids in South London's Stockwell and Clapham areas. The men were taken into custody and detained on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism, a charge created by the Prevention of Terrorism Act of 2002 [text]. A total of 23 people have so far been arrested in connection with the bombing attempt, including a suspect detained in Rome [JURIST report] by Italian authorities. AP has more.

 

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