US Charges 14 Linked to Somali Terror Group

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Al-Shabab is a radical Islamic group headquartered in Somalia. It claimed credit for bombings that killed 76 people watching a World Cup soccer match in Uganda this year. Today, US authorities charged 14 people, mostly American citizens, with crimes that include providing al-Shabab with recruits and money. Evan Perez covers the Justice Department for the Wall Street Journal.