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Moroccan student charged with accessory to murder in 9/11 case

German federal prosecutors charged a Moroccan student with accessory to murder in more than 3,000 cases for alleged involvement in the plot behind the September 11, 2001 attacks. Abdelghani Mzoudi, 30, is believed to have been a member of the so-called al-Qaeda cell in the northern port city of Hamburg that produced three of the 19 suicide hijackers, including presumed ringleader Mohammed Atta. Mzoudi, who is the third person in the world to be charged over the suicide plane attacks, is also charged with membership in a terrorist organization. Arrested on October 10, 2002 in Hamburg, he had previously only been charged with supporting a terrorist organization. Full Story

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