January 12, 2016, saw an Estonia high-court issue jail sentences to two men accused of supporting fundamentalist Islamic terrorism.
The accused pleaded not guilty.
The Harju county court found Ramil Khalilov, 25, guilty of funding and supporting terrorist activity and aiding and abetting membership in a terrorist group. He was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment.
Roman Manko, 30, was found guilty of funding and supporting terrorist activity and given a five year sentence.
The sentence starting date was ...
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