MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Five Minnesota men facing terror charges had scheduled appearances in federal court Monday afternoon.

Hamza Ahmed, Mohamed Farah, Adnan Farah, Abdurahman Daud and Guled Omar are accused of trying to fly overseas to fight with ISIS.

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At Monday’s arraignment, the U.S. Attorney added an additional charge of conspiracy to commit murder overseas.

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All five of the men pleaded not guilty to the additional charge, which carries a life sentence.

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Three of the original nine defendants accused of trying to join ISIS have taken plea deals.