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Terror funding shifts to cash

Terrorist groups get around post-Sept. 11 restrictions on banks and charities by turning to couriers to smuggle cash across borders to finance terrorism plots, a trend that U.S. intelligence has seen increasing in the past year. Intelligence gathered from captured terrorist suspects and other sources indicates “a trend toward bulk-cash smuggling and use of cash couriers,” Stuart Levey, undersecretary of Treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence, told USA TODAY. Full Story

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