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British Intelligence Reportedly Foils Plot To Kill Prime Minister

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Britain’s domestic intelligence company MI5 features foiled a good terrorist plot to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa Might, U.K. media information.

Two men have been charged with terrorism-related offenses regarding the the plot, which reportedly involved using improvised explosives to inflate the gate at Zero. 10 Downing Street, the prime minister’s home, and to kill Might in the ensuing chaos, various media say.

The men, who Sky News said were arrested the other day, were scheduled to seem on Wednesday in Westminster Magistrates’ Court, in line with the Telegraph, which said the info was provided on Tuesday in a briefing by Andrew Parker, the top of MI5.

However, the prime minister’s spokesman declined to discuss information on the plot.

Sky quoted unnamed resources seeing as describing the planned attack as “an extreme Islamist suicide plot.”

Reuters reports that law enforcement have confirmed that both suspects are actually Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, of north London, and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, of southeast Birmingham.

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