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Plumber faces five terror charges
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Mr Rahman was allegedly in possession of three firearms
A London man has been charged with five offences relating to alleged terrorist activities and firearms possession.

Kazi Nurur Rahman, 28, a plumber from Newham, east London, will appear at Bow Street Magistrates court later.

Mr Rahman was arrested by anti-terrorism detectives operating in Hertfordshire on 29 November.

He faces charge relating to his alleged possession of three Uzi sub-machine guns and 3,000 rounds ammunition with intent to endanger life.

Two of the charges are under the Terrorism Act 2000.





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