Doctors plead not guilty to car bomb plot

Men deny conspiracy to murder

TWO doctors have pleaded not guilty to charges of plotting to explode car bombs in London and Glasgow.

Bilal Abdullah, 28, and Mohammed Asha, 27, appeared at the Old Bailey via video link.

The men are accused of conspiracy to murder and to cause explosions between January 1 2006, and July 1 2007.

Mr Abdullah was arrested by police when a burning jeep was driven into the main terminal at Glasgow Airport last June. Mr Asha was arrested on the M6 on the same day.

The day before two cars were found in central London laden with gas canisters and petrol.

The trial is set to start in October.


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