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German authorities charged a Syrian man who was arrested last November as he tried to travel to Denmark with planning to build a bomb and detonate it in a crowd in the capital of Copenhagen, public prosecutors said on Monday.The Syrian man came to Germany in 2015 and lived in a refugee shelter in the Biberach area in the southern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg before his detention on Nov. 19, the Stuttgart prosecutor's office said in a statement.Authorities found more than 17,000 matches, a pack of fireworks, 17 batteries, six walkie talkies and two kitchen knives in the man's luggage when he tried to leave Germany for Denmark, it said.
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