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Russian Citizen Suspected of Terrorism Detained in Sweden

Swedish police have detained a Russian citizen declared internationally wanted on terrorism charges, the Aftonbladet news website reported Friday.

The 36-year man, whose name has not been disclosed, was detained at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport while attempting to leave the country, prosecutor Ronnie Jacobsson told the newspaper.

Jacobsson said that the detained man held dual citizenship, but did not disclose the man's second nationality.

The director of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB), Aleksander Bortnikov, announce earlier this week.

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