Three suspected IS terrorists have been arrested in Pakistan over fears they were planning an attack in London on the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
The trio were held during a shop raid after IS propoganda and maps of London were found on their computers.
Documents containing threats against the Pakistan Army were also discovered, but no weapons were found.
They were identified as Azmatullah and Abdul Rehman and Muhammad Ibrahim, according to reports in Pakistan.
The group were questioned over suspicions they were plotting a terror attack in London this week after an intelligence tip-off, the Daily Mirror reported.
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