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Norway to Expel Mullah Krekar

Norway has said it plans to expel Mullah Krekar, the Iraqi Kurd leader of an Iraqi-based militant Islamic group suspected of having with links to al-Qaeda. Mullah Krekar arrived in Norway, where he has had refugee status since 1991, two weeks ago after he was ordered to leave the Netherlands. At the time the Dutch authorities had decided to expel Mullah Krekar rather than extradite him to Jordan where he is wanted for questioning over his alleged involvement in heroin trading. Mullah Krekar – whose real name is Faraj Ahmad Najmuddin – has two weeks to leave Norway after which he will be sent to northern Iraq. Full Story

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