MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota woman accused of setting fires at a Minnesota university campus is now facing a terrorism charge.

Nineteen-year-old Tnuza Jamal Hassan was charged Wednesday in federal court with attempting to provide material support to al-Qaida, lying to the FBI and arson. She also faces a state arson charge.

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Hassan is a former student at St. Catherine University in St. Paul.

A federal indictment says she attempted to provide support to al-Qaida in September by trying to provide “personnel,” but details about the accusation are unclear. She’s also accused of lying about writing a letter in March to two fellow students that encouraged them to join jihad.

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Prosecutors say she set several fires on campus in January because she was angry about U.S. military actions overseas. No one was injured.

Her attorneys had no comment.

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