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Three men accused in a plot to travel from the U.S. to Syria to join forces with the Islamic State group pleaded not guilty Friday to terrorism charges in federal court.Federal officials say Juraboev and Saidakhmetov had tickets to travel to Turkey but were really going to Syria.Juraboev had a ticket to travel to Istanbul this month, federal prosecutors said.Saidakhmetov's lawyer, Adam Perlmutter, said his client was very concerned but maintains his innocence.The two exchanged messages on how to get overseas, and Saidakhmetov and an informant watched videos of Islamic State training camps in Syria, according to court papers. Prosecutors say Saidakhmetov also threatened an attack in the U.S. if he was unable to join the Islamic State group.
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