Terrorism

Britain: Man Is Sentenced in Plan to Arm Libyans

“A Libyan man was sentenced Tuesday to six years in prison for terrorism offenses and other charges related to a failed plan to send ammunition to militias in Libya. The man, Abdurraouf Eshati, 29, had been linked to a planned $28.5 million deal to send 1,100 tons of ammunition to Libya via Italy in contravention of a United Nations-imposed arms embargo. Mr. Eshati, who lived in Wales, was arrested in late 2014.”

Source: Britain: Man Is Sentenced in Plan to Arm Libyans – The New York Times

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