Terror Financing

  Posted on: Monday, November 11, 2013
Senator: US Soldiers Being Killed by Terror Groups Backed With US Money
ABC News

The United States has paid more than $150 million to companies in Afghanistan that are accused of helping to finance terrorist attacks on American soldiers and facilities, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.


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Financing:
1/28/14   Value of list of state sponsors of terrorism questioned
12/18/13   US sanctions al-Qaida supporters
11/21/13   NSA surveillance leads to San Diego conviction of al-Shabaab supporters
11/13/13   North Carolina man accused of helping terror group
11/11/13   Senator: US Soldiers Being Killed by Terror Groups Backed With US Money
10/11/13   O.C. Man Pleads Not Guilty to Charge of Supporting al-Qaida
10/10/13   Pakistani National and U.S. Naturalized Citizen Charged with Soliciting Aid for Terrorist Groups in Afghanistan
10/7/13   Khalid Ouazzani to be sentenced for supporting al-Qaida
8/6/13   Nigeria seeks extradition of al Qaeda suspect to U.S.
5/16/13   Officials: Cigarette-smuggling ring may have funded terror groups
3/29/13   Orange County Woman Sentenced to Five Years in Federal Prison for Providing Material Support to Terrorists by Sending Money to Pakistan to be Used in Attacks Against U.S. Forces Overseas
2/12/13   Founder of Islamic charity in Oregon taken off UN sanctions list for ties to al-Qaida
2/11/13   Witness: Fla. imam's money not for Taliban
1/29/13   2 Iraqis set for sentencing in terrorism case
11/1/12   Iran’s Canadian assets frozen over $13M U.S. terrorism payout
10/4/12   Hamas Charities' US Funds Frozen
10/1/12   More terror suspects to fight extradition to US
9/12/12   Hamas financing case can proceed against Arab Bank: U.S. judge
8/28/12   Campaign against terrorist financial networks complicated, demanding
7/3/12   French arrest Tunisian suspected of financing and recruiting for al-Qaida, other terror groups
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