Terror Financing

  Posted on: Thursday, May 16, 2019
New Yorker convicted of giving material support to Hezbollah
AP

NEW YORK (AP) — A New Yorker was convicted Thursday of providing material support to Hezbollah by seeking targets in New York City for terrorist attacks.



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Financing:
12/13/19   Federal Inmate Convicted of Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS
12/10/19   New York Man Pleads Guilty to Providing Material Support to Terrorists
12/6/19   Bronx Man Sentenced In Manhattan Federal Court To 22 Years In Prison For Attempting To Provide Material Support To ISIS
12/5/19   Virginia Man Indicted For Attempting To Provide Material Support To ISIS
11/1/19   Terrorist Financing Targeting Center designates 25 targets affiliated with the Iranian regime
9/7/19   Italy police detains 10 for alleged terrorism financing
8/20/19   Bitcoin is being used to fund terrorism - report
6/20/19   Spanish Police Disrupt Criminal Organization That Financed al-Qaeda
5/16/19   New Yorker convicted of giving material support to Hezbollah
4/8/19   US labels elite Iran force a foreign terrorist organization
2/22/19   FATF to keep working with Pakistan to curb terrorism financing
1/18/19   Bulgaria makes terror financing arrests across the country
11/16/18   U.S. counterterror official: Iran spends $1 billion annually supporting terrorism
9/30/18   Natural Resources Exploitation and 'Jihadist Drugs' Fueling Terrorist Groups
8/3/18   IS suspect arrested at Amsterdam airport in German probe
7/17/18   Convictions upheld for women who raised money for al-Shabab
7/17/18   FBI Terrorism Investigation Leads to Broader Conspiracy: Maryland Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Terrorism Planning, Financing Activities
6/28/18   Pakistan says it will be placed back on financial watch list
6/4/18   Man agrees to 15-year term for plotting San Francisco attack
6/4/18   UK teen convicted of museum attack plot with mother, sister
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