Heavily armed police officers stand in front of Copenhagen City Court, Thursday, March 10. 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Jens Dresling/Polfoto via AP)
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Four men went on trial in Denmark Thursday accused of helping the gunman behind twin attacks on a Copenhagen synagogue and a free speech event last year that left two people dead.The trial, which is expected to last until September, is to focus on events in the hours between the two attacks, when the four men are accused of having aided the killer.The court Thursday lifted a ban on disclosing the identities of the suspects after a media request.The four appeared solemn as proceedings began, according to an AFP reporter.One was unshaven and tired-looking, while another, sporting a shaved head, a black hoodie and a black jacket, smiled and shook the hands of two others and his lawyer.Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen warned on the anniversary of the attacks that Denmark still faced a "serious terror threat".
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