Chile charges Pakistani with bomb possession

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May 16, 2010 03:20

 
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SANTIAGO, Chile — A Pakistani man found with suspicious chemical residues inside the US Embassy in Chile has been charged with possessing explosives on Saturday.

A magistrate is formally charging Mohammad Saif Ur Rehman Khan but set him free from a high-security prison. Khan must stay in Chile and check in with authorities once a week. Prosecutors have three more months to develop their case.

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