Terror Financing

  Posted on: Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Feds: 2nd man charged in alleged plot by Islamic State group
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- A second college student was arrested on Wednesday in the investigation of an alleged plot to support the Islamic State group by using homemade explosives to attack New York City targets.


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Financing:
2/2/16   DEA, European authorities uncover massive Hezbollah drug, money-laundering operation
1/18/16   U.S. air strike on ISIS vault destroys “millions of dollars”
9/28/15   Woman pleads guilty in terror funding case with St. Louis ties
6/29/15   New Jersey man charged with plotting to support militants
6/17/15   Feds: 2nd man charged in alleged plot by Islamic State group
8/7/14   Al Qaeda-affiliates derive most of their funding from ransom paid to free Europeans
7/23/14   Washington woman is 1 of 2 charged with helping al-Qaida-linked group
7/10/14   Treasury Sanctions Hezbollah Procurement Network
7/5/14   UK Treasury uses anti-terror laws to freeze assets of British jihadists
5/23/14   Is Synthetic Weed Feuling Yemen’s Terrorism?
4/7/14   Federal judge: terrorism victims may seize Iranian-owned $500 million mid-Manhattan tower
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.
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