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The 27-year-old suspect faces state and federal terrorism-related charges.
The suspect arrested in connection with Monday's explosion in New York City is facing a number of charges.
State authorities charged the 27-year-old man with criminal possession of a weapon, supporting an act of terrorism and making a terroristic threat. He also faces five federal terrorism-related charges.
New York City police identified the suspect Monday as Akayed Ullah.
The explosion happened at the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 42nd St. and Eighth Ave., disrupting train and bus service.
Three people suffered minor injuries.
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