A Saudi court Wednesday condemned 14 people to jail terms of between six months and 23 years, in a second batch of sentences over a plot to attack U.S. forces in neighboring Qatar. The defendants were convicted of "joining a terrorist cell that aimed to launch a terrorist attack against U.S. forces in Qatar," state news agency SPA said in a statement. They also tried to "join a group in Syria that was coordinating the travel of young men to Iraq to join the fight there, for money," and had received military training in unspecified "Al-Qaeda camps." The specialized terrorism court also banned the defendants from travelling after serving their jail sentences, for periods equal to their imprisonment. It said the 14 represented the second group of 41 defendants who allegedly belonged to the same cell.