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U.S. indicts Islamic charity head
An Islamic charity and its director face charges they supported terrorists, including a man who allegedly tried to get nuclear arms for Osama bin Laden. Benevolence International Foundation's executive director, Enaam M. Arnaout, has had a relationship with bin Laden and associates "dating back more than a decade," says an affidavit. Arnaout denies any links to terrorism.
Wiretaps down despite terror war
The government sought and got fewer warrants last year for secret wiretaps and searches of suspected terrorists and spies. Agencies got court approval for 934 such warrants in '01 vs. 1,003 in '00. Experts said the …