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Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Awso Peshdary, a 25-year-old from Ottawa, was arrested and charged with participating in a terror group and facilitating such a group. Peshdary “provided financial support to facilitate travel to Syria to join ISIS,” James Malizia, RCMP assistant commissioner, said at a press conference in Ottawa today.
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Police arrest one man in alleged recruiting cell and charge two men who are overseas - one of whom may be dead
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian police on Tuesday arrested an Ottawa man they said was planning to aid Islamic State fighters and charged him with participation in the activity of a terrorist group. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the man, Awso Peshdary, 25, was also accused of facilitating the activity of a terrorist group. They stressed there had never been any immediate threat to the ...
HUDSON – The Hudson Board of Selectmen agreed to settle a lawsuit that claimed town police unconstitutionally harassed and punished a homeless man who would panhandle in the area. Board members authorized Town Administrator Stephen Malizia on Feb. 10 to sign a $37,350 settlement with the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union, who filed the suit in U.S. District Court last August on behalf of ...
Federal police dismantled an Islamic State group recruiting network in Canada, by arresting a Canadian with ties to IS for allegedly helping others join the jihadists, authorities said Tuesday. International warrants were also issued through Interpol for the arrest of two other men, including a Canadian reportedly killed in Syria, for joining the banned terror group and encouraging others to ...
A 25-year-old Canadian is in custody
The RCMP say they have made an arrest and laid terrorism-related charges following a national security criminal investigation
Awso Peshdary, 25, left, John Maguire, 24, middle, and Khadar Khalib,23, are all charged in a national security criminal investigation named Project Servant.
The RCMP say the latest Ottawa man arrested on terrorism charges is linked to five others already charged in a terrorist conspiracy, and was also involved in a major 2010 bust that brought down the ringleader of a local terror network.
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