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Sweden suicide bombing suspect appears in Glasgow court

A 30-year-old man has again appeared in court in connection with a suicide bombing in Sweden.

Ezedden Khalid Ahmed Al Khaledi was back at Glasgow Sheriff Court for a full committal hearing.

He is accused of funding Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, who was linked to a failed attack in Stockholm last December which injured two people.

Mr Khaledi made no plea or declaration and was remanded in custody. He will stand trial later this year.

Two people were hurt in two explosions in Stockholm in December. A man with an explosive device was later found dead.

The bomber was named as 28-year-old Iraqi-born Abdaly.

Mr Khaledi, a nursing student of Whiteinch, Glasgow faces three charges under the Terrorism Act and five others under immigration laws and banking regulations.

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