The U.S. delegation in London was a aim of a group of men under arrest last week in Britain and charged with scheme to reason detonations and preparing acts of terrorism, the U.S. State Department said on Monday.
Twelve men were under arrest on December 20 in what British police said were counter-terrorism raids necessary to keep the public from the threat of attack. Three were later unrestricted devoid of charges, leaving nine who come into view in court on Monday to face the charges.
Asked if he was aware of reports the believes designated that the U.S. embassy in London was on their aim list, State Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters: "I am aware and ... perceptibly our folks in London are conscious of this."
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