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Jordan Indicts 11 With Terror Conspiracy

A military prosecutor charged 11 Arab men — some with alleged links to al-Qaida — with conspiring to carry out terror attacks against U.S. and Israeli targets in Jordan that culminated in last year’s slaying of an American diplomat. The men, four in detention and seven at large, will be tried at the State Security Court later this month, a security official told The Associated Press on Sunday, speaking on condition of anonymity. No trial date has been set. The men — with Libyan, Syrian, Palestinian and Jordanian nationalities — would face the death penalty if convicted of conspiring to carry out terror attacks that led to the Oct. 28 killing of Laurence Foley, a 60-year-old U.S. Agency for International Development administrator. Full Story

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