N.Va. men in Pakistan charged with six counts in terror case
Five Northern Virginia men arrested in Pakistan in December were charged Wednesday with six counts of violating state and anti-terror laws, two of which carry potential sentences of life in prison.
The men, ages 18 to 24, pleaded not guilty. Judge Anwar Nazir, of Pakistan's special anti-terror court, said the evidentiary phase of the trial will begin March 31.
Read the full story by Jerry Markon, Debbi Wilgoren and Rizwan Mohammed on The Post's Web site.
Washington Post Editors
March 17, 2010; 8:27 AM ET
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