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Pakistan 'al-Qaeda pair' acquitted

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has acquitted two brothers who were detained for nearly six months for alleged al-Qaeda links. Dr Ahmad Javed Khawaja and his brother, Ahmad Naveed Khawaja, were among nine members of the same family taken into custody last December. The two men were kept in detention on court orders after the other seven were released. Despite being charged by the anti-terrorist court in April they were not formally accused of al-Qaeda links. Instead, they were charged on four different counts, including the possession of illegal weapons and foreign passports. Full Story

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