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Intelligence officials detained the suspects on Sept. 7 in the Helsinki region, in the Nordic country's first terror-linked arrests.The 34-year-old man is also suspected of recruiting at least one person abroad to commit an act of terrorism "in the direction of Somalia," linked to al-Shabab, the agency said. He has lived in Finland since 2005, has a residency permit and has had several jobs.The 28-year-old woman is a student who arrived in Finland in late 2008, police said.According to the agency's statement, police are also investigating other people, some of them abroad, and have confiscated material evidence during house searches in the Helsinki metropolitan area.Police have given few details about the operation since they announced the arrests on Sept. 16. The agency said it would provide more information next month.
Officials have until Dec. 15 to charge the suspects. MSNBC H/T jawa report