Anti-Terror Indictments Three men are accused of trying to trade heroin and hashish for stinger missiles, which they intended to sell to al Qaeda. And members of a Colombian paramilitary group are accused of trying to buy $25 million worth of weapons. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

U.S. Officials Announce Indictments in Anti-Terror Probes

U.S. Officials Announce Indictments in Anti-Terror Probes

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Three men are accused of trying to trade heroin and hashish for stinger missiles, which they intended to sell to al Qaeda. And members of a Colombian paramilitary group are accused of trying to buy $25 million worth of weapons. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.