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Treasury sanctions al-Qaida leaders in Syria

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department is levying sanctions on two individuals suspected of supporting al-Qaida in Syria. A department official said the action on Wednesday underscores U.S. concern about al-Qaida networks moving money and fighters to extremist groups in Syria. The two are being designated as global terrorists. They are thought to be acting on behalf of al-Qaida or the...

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