Justice has been served after a 29-year-old New Jersey man was convicted on all charges of planting two bombs on New York City streets in 2016.

Dozens of people sustained injuries when Ahmad Khan Rahimi, an Afghan-born US citizen, left two devices in Manhattan on September 17.

The first bomb on West 23rd Street in Chelsea blew up injuring more than 30 people, and the other four blocks away was disarmed by the authorities.

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Rahimi was a "soldier in a holy war against Americans", prosecutors said.

Jurors returned their guilty verdict on Monday on their second day of deliberations at a federal court in Manhattan.

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