12/10/2009

Three more defendants in the U.K. have been found guilty in a 2006 conspiracy to blow up trans-Atlantic passenger flights. The lead defendant, Adam Khatib, was sentenced to 40 years in prison. The plot, uncovered by British authorities in August 2006, led to worldwide restrictions on liquids in airline passengers' hand luggage.

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