3 charged in 2005 London transit bombings
Three people have been charged for conspiring with suicide bombers in the July 7, 2005 attacks that killed 52 transit passengers in London. The three people, Mohammed Shakil, 30, Sadeer Saleem, 26, and Waheed Ali, 23, were allegedly involved in reconnaissance and planning. Police expect there will be more arrests in the case.
According to the New York Times, police chief Peter Clarke said, "We now have enough pieces in the right place for us to be able to see a picture that is far from complete."
The New York Times article brings more to the story, detailing the bombings more because people likely forgot many details about the bombings.