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Germany charges man who allegedly planned Hamburg attack

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      <br>BERLIN (AP) – German prosecutors said Friday they have charged a man with plotting an Islamic extremist attack in the Hamburg area around the time of last year’s 20th anniversary of the Sept.
      11, 2001 attacks in the United States.<br> <br>The German-Moroccan dual citizen, identified only as Abdurrahman C. in line with German privacy rules, was in August. An indictment filed at the Hamburg state court charges him with preparing a serious act of violence and dark market list violating weapons laws.<br> <br>It wasn’t immediately clear when the case might go to trial.<br> <br>Federal prosecutors alleged the suspect decided by January 2021 to carry out an attack in the Hamburg area, and that his model was the 2013 attack on the Boston Marathon.<br> <br>He bought large quantities of chemicals as well as hundreds of screws and dark web sites nuts that could be used for bomb-building, dark market link prosecutors said.

      To disguise his intentions, they added, he had the items delivered to a variety of addresses.<br> <br>The suspect also allegedly tried to buy a hand darkmarket 2022 grenade and a semiautomatic gun on the darknet market, a part of the internet hosted within an encrypted network and accessible only through specialized anonymity-providing tools.<br> <br>Three of the four militants who piloted the hijacked airliners used in the 9/11 attacks had lived and darknet market dark market list studied in Hamburg.<br>

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