Yemeni man in US charged with attempting to support Islamic State

By REUTERS
November 21, 2016 21:46

 
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A Yemeni man living in New York City was charged on Monday by US authorities with attempting to provide support to Islamic State, including by expressing support for an attack in Times Square.

Mohammed Rafik Naji, 37, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in Brooklyn, where he lives. He was arrested earlier Monday, according to a spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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