DETROIT, Nov 29 (Reuters) - A Detroit-area man on Thursday pleaded guilty to terrorism-related charges after a failed 1998 attempt to deliver global positioning systems and night-vision goggles to Hizbollah in Lebanon. Fawzi Assi, 47, pleaded guilty in federal court in Detroit to attempting to provide support to a "terrorist organization" under U.S. law, federal prosecutors said. The guilty plea marked the latest twist one of the first prosecutions under a 1996 U.S. law that made it ...
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