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Frenchman convicted for running al-Qaida website

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PARIS (AP) — A Paris court has sentenced a Frenchman to a year in prison for operating what prosecutors described as an al-Qaida propaganda website, the first conviction under a 2012 law outlawing "cyberjihad." The Paris prosecutor's office said Wednesday that Romain Letellier was convicted Tuesday night of defending and promoting terrorism. He was given a one-year prison term plus a two-year...

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