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Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Two Stoke-on-Trent men accused of 'planning to carry out a terror attack in Britain.


Four men are due back in court today accused of 'planning to carry out a terror attack'
Four men are due back in court today accused of 'planning to carry out a terror attack'
Two Stoke-on-Trent men are due back in court later today accused of planning to carry out a terror attack.
Mohibur Rahman, aged 32, of High Lane, Burslem, and 37-year-old Tahir Aziz, of Wulstan Road, Cobridge, are to appear at the Old Bailey.
They are charged alongside Birmingham defendants Naweed Ali, aged 28, and 24-year-old Khobaib Hussain

The four men are due to go on trial – which is expected to last up to 10 weeks – on February 27.
The men were arrested on August 26 by West Midlands Police's counter-terrorism unit.
They have been charged with preparing for terrorist acts, contrary to section five of the Terrorist Act 2006, between May 26 and August 27.