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3 Years For Md. Man In Nuclear-Linked Export Case

A Maryland businessman was sentenced Friday to more than three years in prison for conspiring to export to Pakistan materials and equipment that can be used in nuclear reactors and defrauding the United States.


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Al-Qaeda Explains Why They Targeted Maryland Man

There’s new insight into the frightening abduction of a Marylander in Pakistan. Why would Al-Qaeda target him and hold him captive?


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Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Capturing Rockville Man

Al-Qaeda is now claiming responsibility for the capture of a 70-year-old Rockville man. The terrorist group has a specific set of demands they say must be met before they will release him.


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U.S. Says Maryland Man Pleads Guilty In Export Case

Federal prosecutors say that a Maryland businessman has pleaded guilty to conspiring to export to Pakistan materials and equipment that can be used in nuclear reactors.


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Source: Teen In U.S. Custody In ‘Jihad Jane’ Plot

A Maryland teen from Pakistan is in secret U.S. custody, accused of helping recruit terrorists for the Pennsylvania woman known as “Jihad Jane,” a person close to the boy’s family said Friday.


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Pakistani Police Deny Kidnapped Marylander Freed

A Pakistani police chief denied Thursday that a kidnapped development expert had been safely recovered, only hours after saying that officers had freed the American in an early morning operation.


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Abducted American Described As Smart, Generous

A friend and business associate of an American development expert kidnapped in Pakistan is describing the kidnap victim as intelligent, generous and devoted to his work.


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Search Continues For Md. Man Kidnapped In Pakistan

Held hostage. There’s urgent concern about a Marylander kidnapped in Pakistan. Now there are new details about his violent abduction and who’s behind it. Men with assault rifles snatched Warren Weinstein from his home in Pakistan just days before he was to return to Maryland.



Ruppersberger Talks About Bin Laden Raid

Maryland Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger says he hopes the United States can “reset” its relationship with Pakistan, because the United States still needs the country’s help in the war on terrorism.


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Navy SEALs Who Captured Bin Laden Had Help From 4-Legged Soldier

When Navy SEALs landed in Pakistan to capture and kill Osama bin Laden, one member of the raiding party had four legs.



Lone Courier Led The U.S. To Bin Laden’s Hiding Place

U.S. officials are pondering whether to release the graphic photos of a dead Osama bin Laden they say show a precision kill shot above his left eye.


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Metro, MTA Boost Security After Bin Laden’s Death

Transit agencies in the Baltimore-Washington region are stepping up security as a precaution following Osama bin Laden’s death.