Najibullah Zazi, the former Queens, N.Y., coffee cart vendor accused of planning a “Madrid-style” subway bombing in New York, was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court on Tuesday.

Chief Judge Raymond J. Dearie, who took the case after three other Eastern District of New York judges recused themselves last week, ordered Zazi held without bail.

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