Judges rule in favor of terror trial

A council of appeals court judges decided on Wednesday that 18 suspects should stand trial on suspicion of being part of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire urban guerrilla group, which carried out more than a dozen bloodless bomb and letter bomb attacks in 2009 and 2010.

The judges ruled that the suspects should be charged with forming a terrorist group and handling explosives.

They recommended that two other suspects, Christos Politis and Dimitris Michail, should not be charged with being members of the group.