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London, AP – Three of the four main suspects in the failed July 21 London bombings appeared in court Monday charged with attempting to murder passengers on London”s transport system.

Ibrahim Muktar Said, 27, Ramzi Mohammed, 23, and Yassin Hassan Omar, 24, were ordered to remain in custody until Nov. 14 on charges of attempted murder, conspiracy to murder and possessing or making explosives.

Said was accused of trying to detonate a bomb on a bus in east London, and Mohammed of attempting to bomb the Oval subway train. Omar is accused of trying to bomb the underground train near Warren Street station. A fourth main suspect is detained in Rome awaiting extradition.

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