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Last Updated: Monday, 24 July 2006, 12:17 GMT 13:17 UK
Six deny aiding 21 July suspect
Police seal off Shepherd's Bush underground station on 21 July
Shepherd's Bush was one of the areas allegedly targeted last year
Six people have denied in court they helped Hussain Osman, one of five men accused of plotting the alleged failed 21 July bombings in London last year.

The four men and two women also denied failing to disclose information on terrorism at the hearing at Woolwich Crown Court, south-east London.

They are due to stand trial on 12 February next year.

Mr Osman's wife, Yeshiemebet Girma, 29, was remanded in custody while the other five were released on conditional bail.

Yeshiemebet Girma, her sister Mulumebet Girma, 21, and their brother, Sayas Girma, 20, all from Stockwell, south London, and Shadi Abdelgadir, 23, Omer Almagboul, 21, and Mohamed Kabashi, 24, all from Brighton, East Sussex, are accused of assisting an offender and failing to disclose information about acts of terrorism.

Ibrahim Muktar Said, 27, Ramzi Mohamed, 23, Yassin Omar, 24, and Hussain Osman, 27, all from London, are due to go on trial in October accused of conspiracy to murder and to cause explosions.

They also deny attempted murder of transport users and having improvised explosives with intent to endanger life.






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