US accuses 14 MS-13 leaders of terrorism: DOJ By Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has indicted 14 leaders of the international criminal gang MS-13 on terrorism charges, the United States Department of Justice said in a statement on Thursday. The indictment, filed in Central Islip, New York and revealed Thursday, charged the people with conspiracies to support terrorists, commit acts of terrorism and finance terrorism, according to the department, which has been stepping up its crackdown on the group.

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