Italian police arrested three Moroccans, including an Imam, who had terror training materials and videos in a Mosque on the outskirts of Rome.
Police said the men, one an imam, had used a mosque on the outskirts of the town as a training camp for international terrorism.
Materials seized included instructions on how to fly a Boeing 747 “to get safely to conflict zones”. Among the internet files were instructions on handling poisons and explosives.
“The investigations documented how the suspects … were undertaking a laborious and in-depth operation of instruction and training in the use of weapons and combat techniques suitable for terrorist acts,” the police said in a statement.
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Also police in London have arrested two men who had bottles believed to have contained industrial-grade Hydrogen Peroxide, used for jet pack fuel, or TATP explosive.