The former vice-president of the Maldives has been convicted over a plot to assassinate the current president.
President Abdulla Yameen narrowly escaped injury when a blast struck the boat he was using to return home from the airport last September.
His then-deputy Ahmed Adeeb was arrested weeks later and charged with high treason.
He was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Thursday, days after receiving a 10-year sentence for owning firearms.
Adeeb denied playing any part in the blast, which the prosecution maintained was caused by a bomb.
Two of Adeeb's bodyguards were given 10-year sentences for their role.