Kenya: Trial for Iranian Terror Suspects Delayed
The hearing for Iranians Ahmed Mohammed and Sayed Mansour, who were charged with possession of explosives and suspected of planning bombings in Kenya, was cut short on the second day and pushed back until August.
In the dock (file photo): Iranians Ahmed Mohammed and Sayed are charged with possession of explosives and suspected of plotting a series of terrorist attacks in Kenya.
The Star, 24 July 2012
TWO Iranian nationals arrested over terrorism links were yesterday charged afresh after the state preferred more charges against them. They were initially charged with two counts.… Read more »
Shabelle, 24 July 2012
A trial of two Iranian terror suspects accused of being in possession of dangerous explosive materials that could be used to make a bomb kicked off in a Kenyan court on Monday. Read more »
The Star, 17 July 2012
TWO Iranian nationals arrested over terrorism links have been granted a cash bail of Sh2 million and a Kenyan surety of Sh5 million each. Read more »
The Star, 11 July 2012
THE two Iranian men being tried for possession of explosives allegedly came to Kenya as intermediaries. Read more »