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NPR's Adam Hochberg reports that a five-year-old federal anti-terrorism law will be used for the first time this week in North Carolina. A Lebanese immigrant living in Charlotte faces charges of smuggling cigarettes and funneling the profits to Hezbollah. He's the first person tried under a law that prohibits donations to groups the government considers terrorist organizations.

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