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Somali sentenced for lying about terrorism links

A federal judge sentenced a Somali man to 10 years in prison for failing to acknowledge ties to two global terrorist groups after he was arrested near the Texas-Mexico border in 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday night. Full story

New details emerge in Somali terror case

A man accused of helping young Somali men travel to their war-stricken homeland to possibly fight with a terrorist group held mobilizing meetings at mosques and homes, and conspired to provide money and weapons, prosecutors alleged in a new indictment made public Thursday. Full story

Minn. women face Oct. 3 trial on terror charge

Two women from southeast Minnesota accused of sending money to a terror group in Somalia will face trial Oct. 3. Full story

Venezuela to deport suspected rebels

Venezuela deported two suspected Colombian rebels Monday, sending a positive message to other nations that want President Hugo Chavez to ensure suspected terrorists do not find haven in Venezuela. Full story

US offers $5 million for info leading to militant

The Obama administration is offering $5 million for information that would help find the commander of what the U.S. says is a terrorist group that supports al-Qaida. Full story

Judge sentences ex-teacher in terror case, again

A former teacher at a private Muslim elementary school was sentenced a third time Friday to 15 years in prison for helping the leader of a terror group ship 50,000 paintball pellets from the U.S. to Pakistan. Full story

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STRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS =: This photo obtained March 1, 2003 shows alleged plotter of the September 11, 2001 attack Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. The mastermind of the 9/11 attacks warned that Al-Qaeda has hidden a nuclear bo