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Germany Anticipates Long Terror Trial

The second suspect to be tried in Germany on charges of being part of the al-Qaida cell that helped carry out the Sept. 11 attacks has shown no worries about his future freedom during the last month of testimony, and for good reason. More than two years after the attacks, witnesses’ memories are not as sharp and emotions are not as strong, making the task of proving that the Hamburg group formed an al-Qaida terror cell more difficult. Prosecutors are trying to convict Abdelghani Mzoudi of 3,066 counts of accessory to murder and membership in a terrorist organization in a trial expected to last well into next year. Full Story

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