Denmark jails two suspects on terror charges

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September 6, 2006 13:10

 
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A Danish court jailed two men Wednesday on preliminary terror charges, but said five others must be released within days unless investigators submit stronger evidence against them in an alleged terror plot. In pre-dawn raids Tuesday in an immigrant neighborhood in the city of Odense, police reportedly seized chemicals, computers, telephones and CD-ROMs. The suspects were not identified, but officials described them as Danish citizens, ages 18-33, all but one with immigrant backgrounds. Authorities said the men had acquired material to build explosives for a planned terror attack, most likely in Denmark.

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