2 life terms for Iraqi bomber

LONDON - An Iraqi doctor convicted of plotting major car bombings in Britain was yesterday given two life sentences by a London court, meaning a minium of 32 years in prison.

LONDON - An Iraqi doctor convicted of plotting major car bombings in Britain was yesterday given two life sentences by a London court, meaning a minium of 32 years in prison.

Bilal Abdulla, 29, who was born in Britain but later returned to Iraq, was described by the judge at Woolwich crown court as a "religious extremist" who had intended to kill innocent people. The attacks, in London and Glasgow, Scotland, failed owing to defective detonators. - Sapa-DPA

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