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Germany charges terror suspect

Terrorism charges have been brought in Germany against a Tunisian man accused of training with al-Qaeda. The 33-year-old man, identified only as Ihsan G, is accused of planning to form a terrorist group and attack US and Jewish targets in Germany. Prosecutors said the man hoped to set off “several explosions” to coincide with the start of the Iraq war. He is said to have been in the process of acquiring bomb-making chemicals when he was arrested in March. Prosecutors said the suspect received military and explosives training at an al-Qaeda camp in Afghanistan. It was there he is alleged to have received instructions to return to Germany and recruit Muslims to carry out attacks. Full Story

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