A 21-year-old Swede convicted of planning a bomb attack on an unspecified European target has had his sentence reduced substantially by a Sarajevo court.
Mirsad Bektasevic, from Kungälv near Gothenburg, was convicted in January on a string of terror charges. A panel of three judges in appeals chamber of the Court of Bosnia-Hercegovina reduced his sentence from 15 years and four months to eight years and four months.
Source: The Local (English)
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