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News Briefing: Prosecutors Say a Charity Aided Terrorists Indirectly

By Kate Golden on September 18, 2007No Comment
  • In closing arguments, prosecutors reaffirm their charge that the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development aided terrorists indirectly.  [New York Times]
  • Fundraising and attendance are up at the Smithsonian, despite the embarassing resignation of its former chief over questionable spending practices earlier this year.  [Associated Press]
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Philippe de Montebello tops the nonprofit compensation list, earning $4.7 million.  [Bloomberg]
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