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Friday, September 22, 2017

A Bosnian Muslim cleric was jailed for seven years on Wednesday for recruiting fighters for Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, under a new law aimed at stopping people joining militants in the Middle East.

Husein Bosnic, known as an unofficial leader of the ultra-conservative Salafi movement in Bosnia, was arrested last year and was among 17 others on trial in Bosnia for suspected links with militant groups in Syria and Iraq.

"Defendant Husein Bosnic is guilty of...consciously, during 2013-14 from the position of religious authority, publicly inciting, recruiting and organising a terrorist group," the chairman of the court council, Amela Huskic, said

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MTN on Tuesday said the Nigerian regulator has renewed its operating spectrum and extended the operating licence for Africa’s biggest mobile company to 2021 at a cost of $94.2m.

MTN, which had a $5.2bn fine imposed on it by the Nigerian Communication Commission last week for failing to deregister SIM cards in its largest market, said it had received confirmation from the regulator that its operating spectrum in the 900MHz and 1800MHz frequency bands had been renewed.

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A cargo plane has crashed on take-off near the international airport in South Sudan's capital Juba, with at least 25 killed.

Some reports put the death toll as high as 40.

It is unclear how many of the victims were on the plane and how many were on the ground.

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