Five Americans have been charged with terrorism by a Pakistani court, their lawyer said Wednesday. The suspects, Muslim men from Washington, D.C., are also charged with planning to wage war against countries allied with Pakistan. Attorney Hasan Dastagir says the accused all pleaded not guilty to the charges, for which, if convicted, they could serve life in prison. The men were arrested in Sargodha, a city in Punjab province, in December. They were planning to cross into Afghanistan and had no plans to attack Pakistan, Dastagir said.