The UK home secretary has hailed the verdict of a New York court which found radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri guilty of supporting terrorism.
Theresa May said the conviction came after the government's successful bid to have him extradited from the UK, where he rose to prominence for his fiery sermons at a north London mosque.
Abu Hamza, who is due to be sentenced on 9 September, could face a life term.
The court heard he aided the kidnappers of 16 tourists in Yemen in 1998.
The 56-year-old was also accused of attempting to build a terror training camp in Oregon in the north-western US.