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Accused New York, New Jersey bomber makes first court appearance

The man accused of last month’s bombings in New York and New Jersey that injured dozens of people pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges of attempted murder stemming from his shootout with police. Ahmad Khan Rahimi, whose last name had previously been widely reported as Rahami, appeared...
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