Virginia Activist Accused of Illegal Ties with Libya

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A prominent Virginia-based Muslim activist faces charges of violating U.S. economic sanctions against Libya. Federal authorities say they had Abdul Rahman al-Amoudi under surveillance for more than a year as part of a probe into terror financing. But so far there is no alleged connection to terrorism. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden.



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