German Prosecutors Charge Four With Supporting Islamic State Group

German prosecutors say they have charged four men with supporting the Islamic State group, one of them by helping smuggle would-be members to Syria.
Federal prosecutors said Thursday that they filed charges of supporting a foreign terrorist organization against a Tunisian citizen, a Russian national, and two German-Moroccans.
The Tunisian is accused of organizing travel to Syria for potential IS recruits on several occasions, including for a 17-year-old boy. Prosecutors also allege that he supplied the group with nearly 55-hundred dollars in cash as well as clothing.