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Men remanded over terror offences
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There are 21 charges in total
Two men accused of plotting a bomb attack have been remanded in custody.

Waseem Mughal, from Kent, and Younis Tsouli, from west London, both 22, were charged with conspiracy to murder and to cause an explosion.

Mr Mughal is accused of having a recipe for rocket propellants and Mr Tsouli a video showing how to make a car bomb.

A third man, Tariq al-Daour, from west London and aged 19, was held over fundraising offences under the Terrorism Act.

The men were arrested on 21 and 22 October and face at total of 21 charges. Mr Mughal faces 10 and Mr Tsouli eight.

They were remanded in custody at Bow Street Magistrates' court and will appear at the Old Bailey in central London on 18 November.

Rocket recipe

Mr Mughal is accused of having in the bedroom of his home a DVD entitled "Martyrdom Operations Vest...for a purpose connected with the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism".

He was also accused of having two pieces of paper in his bedroom - one with the words in Arabic "Welcome to Jihad" and the other "Hospital = attack".

A recipe for rocket propellant and guidance on causing an explosion was also allegedly found in his bedroom.

The other charges relate to conspiring with Mr Tsouli "and others... to murder a person unknown".

Washington DC

Mr Tsouli was allegedly found to have a video slides film on a computer hard drive showing how to make a car bomb.

He was also found to have a video slides film showing a number of places in Washington DC.

Mr Tsouli and Mr Mughal are accused of conspiring together to create a public nuisance by causing explosions.

All three face charges of dishonestly obtaining property from credit cards belonging to others.

Mr al-Daour is also accused of receiving money or other property that he knew might be used for the purposes of terrorism.




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