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US puts Thulsie brothers on terror list

The United States on Tuesday added South African twin brothers accused of plotting attacks on the US embassy and Jewish institutions to its terror blacklist. Tony-Lee Thulsie and Brandon-Lee Thulsie were arrested in South Africa in July 2016. Besides allegedly conspiring to bomb the US embassy in Pretoria and unspecified[…]

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Mohamed Aboutrika’s name added to Egypt ‘terror list’

Egyptian authorities have added retired football star Mohamed Aboutrika, one of the country’s all-time greatest athletes, to an official “terror list”. Aboutrika, dubbed The Magician, is accused of funding the banned Muslim Brotherhood, which Egypt’s government designated a “terrorist” organisation after the army removed democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi from[…]

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Terror list suspect detained in Somalia

A former taxi driver from Virginia who was recently placed on the FBI’s list of most-wanted terrorists has been captured in Somalia, a U.S. law enforcement official said Monday. The official told The Associated Press that Liban Mohamed, 29, is in Somali custody. The official would not describe what efforts[…]

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EU court ‘strikes Hamas from terror list’

The European Union’s lower court has annulled the bloc’s decision to keep Hamas on a list of terrorist organisations, but maintained the measures against the group for a period of three months or until appeals against the decision were closed. It stressed that Wednesday’s decision to remove Hamas from the[…]

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Islamic Relief cleared of funding terrorism

As an audit cleared the Islamic Relief Worldwide of terror funding claims, the leading Islamic charity has announced plans to resume its humanitarian work in Palestine, despite a ban on its activities by the Israel occupation. “Now we are contemplating resuming business because we are talking about 78,000 people –[…]

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UAE terror list sparks anger

The new list announced by United Arab Emirates (UAE), and labeled dozens of organizations and groups as “terrorist”, has sparked storming reactions from various Muslim organizations and right activists worldwide, with some describing it as shocking and politically motivated. “The fact that it piles together terrorist groups like Boko Haram[…]

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