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Suspect in terrorism plot to bomb Chicago bar found mentally fit for trial

CHICAGO - Nearly six years after his arrest, a suburban Chicago man has finally been declared fit to stand trial on terrorism charges alleging he tried to detonate a bomb outside a downtown Chicago bar.

Adel Daoud, now 24, was sent to a mental

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