Catherine Mayer

Senior Editor, Time magazine

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Senior editor for Time magazine in London, England

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British police have arrested at least 21 people in an  alleged plot  to set off "multiple explosions in multiple planes" headed from London to the United States.

Scotland Yard Disrupts Trans-Atlantic Terror Plot

British police have arrested at least 21 people in an alleged plot to set off "multiple explosions in multiple planes" headed from London to the United States.

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