SAN DIEGO (AP) — Two of three San Diego men accused of routing money to a Somalia-based terrorist group have pleaded not guilty.

The three men are among at least six people accused in the scheme, with other charges coming in Minnesota and Missouri.

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Federal investigators say the men coordinated fundraising efforts and money transfers to al-Shabab in 2007 and 2008. The U.S. government says al-Shabab has ties to al-Qaida.

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Mohamed Mohamed Mohamud and Issa Doreh entered their pleas Wednesday in San Diego. They are charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country and conspiracy to launder monetary instruments.

Moalin also is accused of providing a house in Somalia for al-Shabab fighters.

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