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(CNN) – A young man allegedly on his way to fight for the terror group ISIS never made it out of Chicago, and instead could face the next 15 years in federal prison.
Mohammed Hanzah Khan, 19, faced a federal judge in Chicago today, charged with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Federal agents picked him up at O'Hare airport over the weekend, and say he was on his way to Turkey and then Syria to join the militant group.
CNN's Ted Rowlands reports.