A Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighter walks inside a damaged room at the justice palace in the old city of Aleppo, after the FSA claimed to have taken control of it from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad March 19, 2014. REUTERS/Rami Zayat
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A Saudi court has jailed 28 men for security offences including material support to wanted Islamist militants, aiding terrorism and helping young men go to Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan to fight.Among them were nine Saudi citizens, two Jordanians, an Egyptian and a Syrian, the official Saudi Press Agency reported.A second group of 15 men, who were described by SPA as belonging to the same cell and included 14 Saudis and a Jordanian, were sentenced to jail terms of between 11 months and 16 years in prison on Thursday for the same offences.Last month it said moral or material support for such groups would incur prison terms of five to 30 years, while travelling overseas to fight would be punishable by sentences of three to 20 years.
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