Five men have been found guilty of plotting to kill hundreds in an al-Qaeda-linked bomb plot. The international conspiracy included links to the 7 July 2005 London bombings. Two other men on trial at the Old Bailey were found not guilty.
Software developer Mohammed Momin Khawaja was employed at Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs when he was arrested. In 2003 he had travelled to Pakistan and attended a training camp with some of the UK suspects. According to evidence heard in court, his alleged role was to build a detonator. He is facing trial in Canada.