Students charged under terror act
The men will appear in court on Thursday
Two teenage students have been charged in connection with an investigation into suspected terrorist activity abroad, police have said.
Irfan Raja, 18, from Ilford, Essex, was charged with making a record of information likely to be useful to a terrorist.
Awaab Iqbal, 18, from Bradford, was charged with possessing information likely to be useful to a terrorist.
Both men will appear before Bow Street Magistrates in London on Thursday.
Mr Raja was arrested on February 27 after attending a police station in London. Mr Iqbal was held at his home in Bradford last Thursday.
They are both charged under section 58 of the Terrorism Act.
Two other men arrested in Bradford last week are still in custody.Source: BBC News
The shit hit the fan a long time ago, folks. Now they're playing for keeps, Israeli style.
Update: The Postman has more.
Update 2: For a fuller explanation of how these kids landed themselves in so much trouble, New World Odour tells it like it is and SpyBlog treats it with a little more gravitas.