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U.N. Sanctions Islamic Jihad Group

The United Nations has imposed sanctions on the Islamic Jihad Group, an organization active in Central Asia that the U.S. government has blamed for bombings last year against the U.S. and Israeli embassies. The U.N. Security Council committee in charge of anti-terrorism sanctions against al-Qaida and remnants of Afghanistan’s former Taliban rulers added the group to its sanctions list on June 1, saying it was linked to the al-Qaida terror network, according to an announcement late Friday. Full Story

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