Americans Abroad


'Americans Abroad' - 3 News Result(s)

  • WikiLeaks Disclosures Help US Adversaries: CIA

    WikiLeaks Disclosures Help US Adversaries: CIA

    The Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday accused WikiLeaks of endangering Americans, helping US rivals and hampering Washington's fight against terror threats by releasing what the anti-secrecy site claimed was a trove of CIA hacking tools.

  • Two Charged in US Court Over Alleged Al Qaeda Link

    Two Charged in US Court Over Alleged Al Qaeda Link

    Two Yemeni nationals were charged in the United States with conspiring to murder Americans abroad and providing material support to Al Qaeda, according to a complaint and arrest warrant unsealed on Tuesday.

  • Two men charged with jihad plot against Americans abroad

    The two men Mohamed Hamoud Alessa, 20, of North Bergen, and Carlos Eduardo Almonte, 24, of Elmwood Park were arrested at John F Kennedy airport in New York before they could board separate flights to Egypt from where they were heading to Somalia to join al Shabaab, the Islamist group, which has links to al Qaeda, justice officials said.

'Americans Abroad' - 3 News Result(s)

  • WikiLeaks Disclosures Help US Adversaries: CIA

    WikiLeaks Disclosures Help US Adversaries: CIA

    The Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday accused WikiLeaks of endangering Americans, helping US rivals and hampering Washington's fight against terror threats by releasing what the anti-secrecy site claimed was a trove of CIA hacking tools.

  • Two Charged in US Court Over Alleged Al Qaeda Link

    Two Charged in US Court Over Alleged Al Qaeda Link

    Two Yemeni nationals were charged in the United States with conspiring to murder Americans abroad and providing material support to Al Qaeda, according to a complaint and arrest warrant unsealed on Tuesday.

  • Two men charged with jihad plot against Americans abroad

    The two men Mohamed Hamoud Alessa, 20, of North Bergen, and Carlos Eduardo Almonte, 24, of Elmwood Park were arrested at John F Kennedy airport in New York before they could board separate flights to Egypt from where they were heading to Somalia to join al Shabaab, the Islamist group, which has links to al Qaeda, justice officials said.

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