July 7 2005 Bombings

The terror plot for which three men have now been convicted showed a change in the way al Qaida is operating, a counter-terrorism
The suicide bomb plotters were heavily influenced by the radical teachings of al Qaida supporter and Yemeni-based preacher
The bomb plotters had the means, the will and the know-how to carry out mass murder in what detectives say could have been
Three men have been found guilty of leading a terrorist bomb plot that could have been bigger than the July 7 atrocities
Three terrorist plotters led a plan to set off eight suicide bombs which could have been bigger than the July 7 London attacks
A July 7 bomber's widow, suspected of being part of a terror cell, has fled Kenya for Somalia, a top police official has
A woman using the name of the widow of one of the July 7 bombers is on a Kenyan police wanted list over a suspected terrorist