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2005-09-30 15:11:10

Please read in third paragraph ... Hossain, 50, of Bangladesh ... instead of ... Hossain, 50, of Yemen ... . A corrected story follows. By Holly McKenna ALBANY, New York (Reuters) - Two Islamic men accused in an FBI sting are facing new charges of helping a terrorist organization a year after the judge in the case said there was no evidence of their links to extremist groups. A federal grand jury indicted Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain late on Thursday on nine new charges each,...

2005-09-30 17:11:00

By Holly McKenna ALBANY, New York (Reuters) - Two Islamic men accused in an FBI sting are facing new charges of helping a terrorist organization a year after the judge in the case said there was no evidence of their links to extremist groups. A federal grand jury indicted Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain late on Thursday on nine new charges each, including conspiracy to provide material support to Pakistani-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, which the U.S. government calls a terrorist...

2005-09-30 16:35:10

By Holly McKenna ALBANY, New York (Reuters) - Two Islamic men accused in an FBI sting are facing new charges of helping a terrorist organization a year after the judge in the case said there was no evidence of their links to extremist groups. A federal grand jury indicted Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain late on Thursday on nine new charges each, including conspiracy to provide material support to Pakistani-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, which the U.S. government brands as a terrorist...

2005-09-30 13:25:05

By Holly McKenna ALBANY, New York (Reuters) - Two Islamic men accused in an FBI sting are facing new charges of helping a terrorist organization a year after the judge in the case said there was no evidence of their links to extremist groups. A federal grand jury indicted Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain late on Thursday on nine new charges each, including conspiracy to provide material support to Pakistani-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, which the U.S. government brands as a terrorist...

2005-08-18 09:48:02

By Suleiman al-Khalidi AMMAN (Reuters) - The lawyer of former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz said on Thursday he expected his client to be released from jail without being put on trial. "I expect he will be set free soon, but not within days," attorney Badia Aref, who last saw Aziz on Tuesday during a visit to the U.S. run facility near Baghdad, told Reuters. Aziz is jailed along with ousted leader Saddam Hussein and other senior members of the Baath Party overthrown by U.S....


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