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GERMANY-ISLAMIST/
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September 08, 2014
Defendant (C) identified as Marco G. sits between security officers at the higher regional court in...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Defendant identified as Marco G. sits between security officers at the higher regional court in Duesseldorf...
Defendant (C) identified as Marco G. sits between security officers at the higher regional court in Duesseldorf September 8, 2014. Marco G. is one of four men charged with planning attacks on a far-right anti-Muslim political party Pro-NRW. Marco G., a German man described as a radical Islamist was charged earlier this year with planting a pipe bomb in Bonn train station in 2012 and intending to kill as many people as possible. The bomb did not explode. Marco G., was also charged with planning to assassinate the leader of Pro-NRW, with three accomplices, a 43-year-old Albanian man, a 25-year-old German-Turkish citizen, and a 24-year-old German. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION POLITICS SOCIETY)
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