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US fears Hezbollah operative in Iraq may be set free
WASHINGTON: A senior Iraqi official has told US that Iraq no longer has a legal basis to hold Ali Musa Daqduq, a Lebanese Hezbollah operative accused of helping kill American troops in Iraq, and US officials are concerned he may soon be released, US officials said Sunday.
Radical preacher Abu Qatada wins appeal
London: Radical Muslim preacher Abu Qatada Monday won his appeal against deportation to Jordan to face terrorism charges. The UK has been trying to get Qatada removed from its soil for years.