By ADAM KLASFELD MANHATTAN (CN) - Tunisian student Ahmed Abassi will be released from prison and deported on visa fraud charges after prosecutors acknowledged that he had "flatly refused to assist" in a plot to derail a train from New York to ... Courthouse News Service, 1 week ago
A Tunisian man whom prosecutors said had ties to a man accused of unsuccessfully plotting to derail a Canada-U.S. passenger train was sentenced by an American judge to time served on Wednesday after pleading guilty last month to immigration charges.Globe and Mail, 1 week ago U.S. judge sentences Tunisian accused of link to Canada train plot to time served Reuters, 2 weeks ago US wants hefty term for 'train bomb plotter' Al Jazeera, 2 weeks ago U.S. pushes for prison for accused in train plot Cornwall Standard-Freeholder, 2 weeks ago
A Tunisian man charged in the investigation of an alleged plan to derail a Canadian passenger train was sentenced for a lesser offense to the time he's already served in U.S. custody. U.S. District Judge Miriam Cedarbaum today sentenced Ahmed ...BusinessWeek, 2 weeks ago
A Tunisian accused of radicalizing a Canadian man charged in an alleged al-Qaeda plot to derail a passenger train asked to be sentenced to time he's already served in U.S. custody, arguing he was entrapped by the FBI. Ahmed Abassi, held since his ...BusinessWeek, 2 weeks ago
Guinea-Bissau's former navy chief, captured in a high-profile drug sting on the West African coast, has secretly pleaded guilty ahead of a trial on charges he conspired to import narcotics into the United States, court sources said on Tuesday. The ...Reuters, 1 month ago Guinea-Bissau's ex-navy chief pleads guilty in U.S. drug case Club of Mozambique, 1 month ago Guinea Bissau's ex-navy chief pleads guilty in U.S. drug case ENCA, 1 month ago
NEW YORK — An Egyptian Islamic preacher whose fiery sermons before and after 9/11 attracted extremists to his London mosque was convicted Monday in a trial that a prosecutor said should provide justice for the victims of a kidnapping in Yemen more ...The Times Of Israel, 2 months ago
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