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Uzbek man convicted of terror charges drops appeal

An Uzbek refugee sentenced to 25 years in prison after being convicted of a plan to kill military personnel or civilians in Idaho has dropped an appeal of his conviction and sentence in exchange for dismissal of bomb-making charges in Utah...

Uzbek refugee convicted of terrorism conspiracy charge in U.S.

A jury in Idaho has convicted an Uzbek refugee of three terrorism-related charges after prosecutors said he worked to support a terrorist organization and gathered explosive materials in his Boise apartment. Fazliddin Kurbanov,...

Fazliddin Kurbanov pleads not guilty to terrorism charges

BOISE – Fazliddin Kurbanov, the Uzbek man facing federal terrorism charges in Idaho, pleaded not guilty on all counts Friday, speaking through a Russian interpreter. The 30-year-old Boise resident, dressed in yellow-and-white striped scrubs stamped “Ada County Jail” on the back, faces three charges in Idaho: conspiring to provide material support to terrorists and to a designated foreign terrorist organization – the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan – and possession of an explosive device.

Boise man faces terrorism charges

BOISE – A 30-year-old Boise man from Uzbekistan was arrested Thursday on federal terrorism charges and indicted by a grand jury for possession of a destructive device and providing material support to terrorists. Fazliddin Kurbanov is accused of providing support to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, a designated foreign terrorist organization, including computer software, money and his own work. He’s also charged with conducting a bomb-making demonstration in Utah in January in which he “showed Internet videos, provided written recipes and verbal instructions, and conducted instructional shopping trips which informed as to the construction and use of improvised explosive devices.”

Boise man arrested on terrorism charges

A 30-year-old Boise man from Uzbekistan was arrested Thursday on federal terrorism charges and indicted by a grand jury for possession of a destructive device and providing material support to terrorists.