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Swede convicted of terror plot to murder political party leader
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European Parliament declares Russia a 'state sponsor of terrorism'
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Swedish man charged with 'terrorism' over Gotland murder
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Man jailed for online hate speech against Nice attack victims
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Gunman holds 12 people hostage at bank in Georgia
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Swiss woman convicted of terrorism after Lugano stabbing in 2020
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