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ICE Federal Air Marshal Featured In 'People' Magazine

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Becky, one of the ICE Federal Air Marshals, is the subject of a special "On the Job" profile in the October 18 issue of "People" magazine. The article details "A Day in the Life of an Air Marshal" and offers insight into the challenges and rewards of this critical homeland security mission. On newsstands now.

ICE Wins Conviction in Hamas Investigation

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An ICE-led financial investigation in northern Virginia resulted in a conviction of Soliman S. Biheiri on charges that he lied to federal agents about his business deals with a senior leader of the terrorist organization Hamas.

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Read About the Latest News in Inside ICE

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In this issue, Volume 1, Issue 13: ICE, AZ smash smuggling car scheme, ICE wins landmark Rwandan genocide case and more

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ICE Kicks Off Child Sex Tourism Prevention Project

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Deputy Assistant Secretary John Clark speaks at a Washington, D.C., press conference to kick off the "Child Sex Tourism Prevention Project," a global program led by World Vision, a non-profit relief and development organization, in partnership with ICE and the U.S. State Department. The program includes extensive public education efforts in conjunction with traditional law enforcement to combat the sexual exploitation of children overseas.

ICE has led the fight to combat child sex tourism as part of "Operation Predator," an initiative that has led to the arrests of more than 4,100 child sex predators worldwide.

ICE Removes Pakistani Who Sold Bogus ID Cards

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ICE announced this week that Raja Ur Rehmann Siddiq, a native of Pakistan, was removed from the United States after investigators discovered that he had sold phony state identification cards to illegal immigrants. Some of the cards were used by illegal aliens to gain access to U.S. military installations.

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