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Terror Financing

  Posted on: Sunday, September 30, 2018
Natural Resources Exploitation and 'Jihadist Drugs' Fueling Terrorist Groups
Homeland Security Today
A new report warns that the illegal exploitation and taxation of gold, oil and other natural resources is overtaking traditional sources of threat finance, such as kidnapping for ransom and drug trafficking, funding terrorist and militant groups.

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Financing:
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
5/18/18   U.S., Gulf allies impose sanctions on Hezbollah’s top leaders
5/16/18   Three Florida Men Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIS
5/15/18   US intensifies pressure on Iran, sanctioning central banker
5/8/18   Prevent Terrorists Profiting from Cross-Border Crime, Urges UN Security Council
5/1/18   Bergen County, New Jersey, Man Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison For Conspiracy To Provide Material Support To ISIS
4/22/18   Prosecutors say terror suspect doesn’t qualify for immunity
4/12/18   Ohio brothers admit to giving money to al-Qaida leader
4/12/18   Three men with Ohio ties plead guilty to involvement in providing money to al-Qaida
4/11/18   3 accused of raising money for al-Qaida set to change pleas
4/4/18   7 jailed in Serbia for sending fighters to Syria
3/30/18   Maryland Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Supporting ISIS, Receiving Money for Terror Attack
3/23/18   Prosecutors: Uzbek native used codes to hide terror payment
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