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Posts Tagged ‘Saudi Arabia’

Terrorism Suspect Held in Massachusetts is Denied Bail

A federal judge in Massachusetts has denied bail to Tarek Mehanna, a 28-year-old U.S. citizen who has been held since October 2009 without bail on suspicion of a terror plot. Mehanna, who awaits trial in October, requested bail to better consult with his lawyers but the court ruled that he remains a flight risk. Mehanna […]

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WikiLeaks: Guantanamo Detainees

Over the last several days, multiple news organizations have examined the WikiLeaks cables' descriptions of U.S. efforts to relocate Guantanamo detainees.  The cables show U.S. officials offering incentives for taking in detainees. In a New York Times article published on November 29, 2010 entitled "Cables Depict U.S. Haggling to Clear Guantanamo," reports that:  "Slovenia, seeking […]

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