August 5, 2010

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WASHINGTON — Fourteen U.S. citizens have been charged with attempting to join al-Shabab, a Somali-based terrorist group linked to al-Qaida, law enforcement officials told NBC News.

The charges were due to be formally announced at a news conference at noon ET at the Justice Department, NBC reported.

The 14 people include 12 from Minnesota, one from Alabama and one from California, the officials said.

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Al-Shabab is Somalia’s most-feared militant group.

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