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2 African men admit drug dealing in support of terrorists – Washington Post

On April 17, 2012 the Washington Post reported that two men from Mali have admitted to engaging in drug dealing in support of al-Qaida and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.  Both groups are designated foreign terrorist organizations.  According to the article, the two men, Harouna Toure and Idriss Abdelrahman, were "charged with agreeing to transport cocaine through West Africa."  Both men face up to 15 years in prison.

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