Denmark: Four men charged in terror probe

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March 28, 2007 12:39

 
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Prosecutors on Wednesday filed charges against four men accused of preparing explosives for a terror attack in Denmark or abroad. The four Muslim suspects were arrested September 5 in an anti-terror sweep in the central Denmark city of Odense. Prosecutors said the suspects, who were not identified under Danish privacy rules, had purchased chemicals and laboratory equipment to produce explosives. They were charged under Denmark's anti-terror law for "having prepared the production of one or more bombs for use in an act of terror" in Denmark or another country, Prosecutor Henning Fode said in a statement.

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