In this artist's drawing, Ahmad Khan Rahimi appears in a New York courtroom to face federal terrorism charges, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Williams)
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Accused New York bomber Ahmad Khan Rahimi pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal charges that he set off an explosive device in September on a crowded city street, injuring 30 people.In addition to the New York indictment, Rahimi faces charges from federal and state prosecutors in New Jersey.Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicholas Lewin told Berman that prosecutors had compiled video clips showing Rahimi's movements on the day of the bombings, including leaving his house carrying bags, walking on West 23rd Street where the device went off and planting the second bomb on West 27th Street.Rahimi's defense lawyers declined to comment after the hearing.
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