Bomber Mohammad Sidique Khan
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Inquests told 7/7 bomber 'had calls from Pakistan'

The ringleader of the 7/7 terror plot received bomb-making guidance in phone calls from Pakistan in the days before the bombings, it has emerged at the inquests into the deaths of those killed.

Mobile phone records analysed after the London bombings in 2005 showed calls made from phone boxes in Rawalpindi to bomber Mohammad Sidique Khan.

Det Sgt Mark Stuart, of the Met police, said he thought these calls had to be related to the bombings.

June Kelly reports.

  • 02 Feb 2011
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