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UK police warn more cells could strike London

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UK police warn more cells could strike London


Detectives at London’s high security Paddington Green police station are continuing to question one of the suspects behind last week’s failed attacks in the British capital.

Yasin Hassan Omar was arrested in the Small Heath area of Birmingham yesterday morning. A new picture has also been released of the man believed to have left a bomb at Shepherd’s Bush tube station. He is then thought to have boarded a bus bound for Wandsworth in south London, a borough which includes Tooting where a further nine men were arrested early this morning. Meanwhile, pictures have been released of 16 explosive devices allegedly found in the car used by the July 7th bombers. At least one was packed with large nails designed to inflict the maximum amount of damage. As investigators continue to search and piece together the complex puzzle of clues, police in south London have detained three women accused of harbouring the suspected failed suicide bombers. Dozens of anti-terrorist police have also raided several homes in Birmingham as the hunt intensifies for the other three men believed to be involved in the attempted attacks.
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