Mohamed Daki was convicted of international terrorism in a Milan appeals court Tuesday, though he had been expelled from Italy two years earlier. Daki’s case resulted in a firestorm in 2005 when a Milan court acquitted him and two Tunisians of terrorism charges, citing their actions were those of guerillas, not terrorists. However, a new trial has found him guilty of having links to Al-Qaeda, and having links to suicide bombings in Iraq.

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