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World Briefs: Israeli Arab accused of spying for Hezbollah
An extensive cleanup of Vieques is under way, and the Navy says is close to finishing work on a former munitions disposal site on the island.
It would be a milestone for the cleanup, but the plan has sparked criticism.
The Navy says it poses little danger and protects habitat.
Opponents say the Navy should clear the entire area. The plan is still under review. A public comment period ends Friday.
U.S. citizen sentenced to life for helping al Qaeda
BAGHDAD — An Iraqi court has sentenced an American citizen to life in prison on charges of assisting al Qaeda and financing terrorist activities in Iraq, according to a government statement released Thursday.
Khalil, an architectural engineer, is of Palestinian descent and entered the country in 2001, the ministry statement said.
Iraqi government officials could not immediately be reached for more details.
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