Fourth New York City man charged in plot to aid Islamic State

By REUTERS
April 7, 2015 05:23

 
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NEW YORK- A fourth New York City man was charged on Monday with taking part in a plot to try to provide support to Islamic State militants, prosecutors said.

Dilkhayot Kasimov, 26, a Brooklyn resident and citizen of Uzbekistan, was named in a revised indictment on Monday along with three other previously charged New York residents. He will be arraigned in federal court in Brooklyn on Wednesday.

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