A British man accused of helping to plan terrorist attacks in Kenya has been found guilty of possession of bomb-making materials.
The magistrate in Mombasa acquitted him of conspiracy to commit a felony.
Jermaine Grant, from east London, was arrested in 2011 and is already serving a nine-year sentence for forging documents in an attempt to obtain Kenyan citizenship.
Prosecutors argued that he had planned a bombing campaign against hotels popular with foreign tourists.
Prosecutors had previously said that a British woman, Samantha Lewthwaite, was also wanted in connection with the same plot.
Known as “the white widow” she has not been arrested.
Jermaine Grant will be sentenced next month.
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