Two men have appeared at the Old Bailey accused of plotting to carry out a bomb attack in Britain.
The suspects will reappear at the Old Bailey next month
Waseem Mughal and Younis Tsouli, both 22, were accused of conspiracy to murder and cause explosions.
Other charges included having items for use in terrorism, including details of how to make a car bomb and a DVD on suicide bomber vests.
The two men were remanded in custody until 21 December. The trial is expected to take place in January 2007.
The two men appeared by video link with 19-year-old Tariq Al-Daour, who was accused of raising funds for terrorism and charges of dishonesty.
The men were arrested on 21 and 22 October and face at total of 21 charges. Mr Mughal faces 10 and Mr Tsouli eight.