ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Bosnian immigrant formerly from Illinois faces sentencing for giving money to terror groups in Iraq and Syria.

Jasminka Ramic pleaded guilty in September to conspiring to provide material support to terrorists. She is among six Bosnian immigrants indicted in February for funneling money and military supplies to the Islamic State group and al-Qaida in Iraq. Ramic contributed $700.

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She is set to be sentenced Tuesday in St. Louis federal court.

The other suspects have pleaded not guilty.

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Husband and wife Ramiz and Sedina Hodzic, and Armin Harcevic, live in St. Louis County. Also accused are Mediha Medy Salkicevic of Schiller Park, Illinois, and Nihad Rosic of Utica, New York.

Ramic became a U.S. citizen in 2006. She lived in Rockford, Illinois, before moving to Germany, where she was arrested.

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