French court convicts Moroccan man on terror plot

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October 26, 2006 15:25

 
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A French court on Thursday convicted a Moroccan man on terror charges for his role in a thwarted bomb plot on the Indian Ocean island of La Reunion in 2003. Karim Mehdi, 37, received a nine-year prison sentence in Paris criminal court, and was ordered be barred from France afterward. He had also been suspected ties to two men involved in the Sept. 11 attacks.

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