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N.J. man scouted potential terror targets in 3 cities, feds say

CBS News Friday, 20 September 2019
Prosecutors allege Alexei Saab, aiding Hezbollah, took photos or video of landmarks in New York, Boston and Washington including Statue of Liberty, Fenway Park and White House
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