Terrorism: Questions About a Damascus Connection

Suspicions harden in London and Paris about Syria's role in recent attacks

Through three hours of courtroom testimony, she had barely raised her voice above a whisper. Now Ann Marie Murphy, 32, fixed her gaze on the Jordanian defendant, Nezar Hindawi, and unleashed the rage she had nursed since April 17, the day she was detained at London's Heathrow Airport with a 3¼-lb. bomb and a detonator in her luggage. "You bastard you! How could you do that to me?" she shrieked. "I hate you! I hate you!" Hindawi, also 32, appeared unmoved by the outburst. As his trial began last week at London's Old Bailey courthouse, Hindawi faced charges of trying to...

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