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Prosecutors Demand Eight Years for Terrorist

German prosecutors requested an eight-year sense for a left-wing extremist charged with carrying out a 1991 bomb attack on Jewish migrants in Budapest. Andrea Klump, linked to Germany's leftist Red Army Faction, has been charged on 33 counts of attempted murder as well as one count of causing an explosion on a bus that injured four people on board, and two police officers escorting the bus. The bus was carrying the Russian emigrants to the airport. Klump, 46, is already serving a nine-year sentence after being convicted of attempted murder, blackmail and hostage-taking in a failed 1988 attack on a Spanish nightclub popular with US servicemen.