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unead Ahmed Khan, 24, and his uncle Shazib Ahmed Khan, 22, both of Luton, have been charged with terror offences(Reuters)

Two Luton men have been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service for allegedly plotting to join Isis in Syria, while one of the men is further accused of planning to kill US military personnel based in the UK.

Junead Ahmed Khan, 24, and his uncle Shazib Ahmed Khan, 22, were charged with hatching a plan to join the terror network in contravention of the Terrorism Act 2006. The charge dates between 1 August 2014 and 10 May 2015.

5 Dead In Shootings At Military Centers In Chattanooga, Tenn.

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A gunman opened fire today at two military centers in Chattanooga, Tenn., killing four Marines and wounding three other people.

The gunman is also dead, though it's unclear how he was killed.

The FBI identified the gunman as Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, 24. Law enforcement officials tell NPR's Dina Temple-Raston that he is a naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in Kuwait. His parents are Jordanian.

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Son of Boston Police Captain Arrested as Possible Terrorist


ByMICHELE McPHEE, BRIAN EPSTEIN and BRIAN ROSS

Son of Boston Police Captain Arrested as Possible Terrorist
Son of Boston Police Captain Arrested as Possible Terrorist (ABC News)

The estranged son of a respected Boston police captain was arrested July 4 byFBIagents as part of a counter-terrorism operation against alleged ISIS-inspired domestic terrorists, federal officials told ABC News today.

French jihadi network chief sentenced to 9 years in prison

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FILE - In this photo dated Nov. 21, 2011 Mohammed Achamlane, left, leader of Forsane Alizza (Knights of Pride), an Islamic radical group which was outlawed in 2012, speaks to the media during a demonstration in Nantes, western France. The chief of a dismantled French radical network who wanted to “scar” France has been sentenced to nine years in prison for recruiting for jihad, plotting attacks at home and praising terrorism, Friday July 10, 2015 in Paris. (AP Photo/Laetitia Notarianni, File)

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PARIS —

The chief of a dismantled French radical network was sentenced Friday to nine years in prison for recruiting for jihad, plotting attacks against Jewish targets and praising terrorism. The relatively severe verdict comes as France is trying to prevent extremist violence by angry, marginalized Muslims.