Swedish prosecutors have filed terror charges against two men accused of plotting suicide attacks in Somalia.
Investigators say the men, aged 22 and 26, belonged to the Somali al-Qaida-linked insurgent group al-Shabab.
They were charged Friday at the Goteborg District Court in southwestern Sweden for plotting to commit suicide attacks causing “widespread destruction.”
The younger suspect is a Swedish citizen, while the nationality of the other was not clear.
Police arrested them in May and June as part of an investigation into Somalia-linked terrorism activities in the Nordic country.