Topic: Lisa Monaco
Mohamad Soueid, a naturalized American, was convicted of acting as a Syrian agent to spy on dissident leaders in the US. His lawyer says his client feared Syria would be overrun by extremists, but 'went too far.'
One of those charged is Iranian; the other, Chinese. An undercover operation leading up to the indictment offered US officials insight into secret efforts in Iran to obtain nuclear capability.
Dutch bank ING has agreed to pay a record $619 million fine after admitting that it moved money from Iran and Cuba through US banks despite sanctions forbidding the practice.
The white supremacist who pleaded guilty to attempting to bomb a Martin Luther King Day march in Spokane, Wash., was sentenced Tuesday. The FBI says the story is a cautionary tale about the threat of 'lone wolf' attacks.
12/20/2011 08:58 pm
Radio frequency modules made in Minnesota turned up in 16 unexploded roadside bombs in Iraq. According to an indictment unsealed Tuesday in Washington, the culprit was an Iran-based ring.
10/25/2011 08:50 pm