In-depth coverage of the grassroots terrorism plot in New York




September 21, 2009

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In-depth coverage of the grassroots terrorism plot in New York
In-depth coverage of the grassroots terrorism plot in New York NEW YORK — Najibullah Zazi, arrested in a U.S. terror probe, has been indicted on a charge of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction -- explosive bombs -- against persons or property in the United States, the Justice Department said.

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