Three London women charged with terrorism offences

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Mag 12, 2017

Rizlaine Boular, 21, her mother Mina Dich, 43, and 20-year-old Khawla Barghouthi appeared briefly Thursday at Westminster Magistrates Court.

Boular - a nursery school employee - was allegedly the ringleader of the sinister plot.

Boular's mother, Dich, of St George's Wharf, was arrested in Kent on the day of the raid in the capital. She was arrested on her discharge from hospital on 30 April, police said.

All three are accused of conspiring together "to murder a person or persons unknown" between 11 April and 28 April 2017, police said.

Armed police raided Barghouthi's home in north-west London on 27 April where they arrested her and shot Boular.

The women appeared yesterday morning at Westminster magistrates' court accused of planning an attack near parliament.

Police have now completed searches of all the addresses connected with the operation. After interrogation, both mother and daughter were charged with preparation of a terrorist act and conspiracy to murder.

British officials have set the threat level from worldwide terrorism at "severe", indicating an attack is highly likely. These suspects also included three women between the ages of 18-19.

Britain has seen a series of trials over foiled terrorism plots since suicide bombers killed 52 London commuters on three subway trains and a bus in 2005.

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