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Originally published Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 11:38 AM

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STORY REMOVED: BC-US--Stranded in Mideast

The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about a former Islamic charity director from suburban Chicago being removed from the FBI's no-fly list. The AP erroneously published that the Chicago Tribune had reported on the status of Enaam Arnaout. The Tribune's story was about another man from the Chicago suburb of Bridgeview, Muhammad Salah, who has been removed from the U.S. Treasury Department's "specially designated terrorist" list, according to his attorney. A replacement story about Salah under the slug BC-US--Government Monitoring-Lawsuit will move shortly.

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CHICAGO —

The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about a former Islamic charity director from suburban Chicago being removed from the FBI's no-fly list. The AP erroneously published that the Chicago Tribune had reported on the status of Enaam Arnaout. The Tribune's story was about another man from the Chicago suburb of Bridgeview, Muhammad Salah, who has been removed from the U.S. Treasury Department's "specially designated terrorist" list, according to his attorney. A replacement story about Salah under the slug BC-US--Government Monitoring-Lawsuit will move shortly.

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