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Mass. native held in terror case

Accused of aiding Qaeda in Somalia

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / February 14, 2007

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Spurred by radical Islamic beliefs, Massachusetts native Daniel J. Maldonado journeyed from the streets of Boston to the frenzied civil war in Somalia, where he allegedly conspired with Al Qaeda militants to establish a fundamentalist regime, only to end up in the custody of FBI agents when his insurgent efforts unraveled, according to court papers released yesterday. (Full article: 581 words)

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