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Three men in the UK, originally arrested on terrorism charges in October of 2005, were sentenced Thursday for a total of 24 years in prison after they admitted to using the Internet to incite murder. Younes Tsouli, Waseem Mughal and Tariq Al-Daour initially denied the terrorism charges.