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Five Al Qaeda Suspects Held in Malawi – Prosecutor

Malawian authorities working with U.S. security officials said on Monday they had detained five suspected al Qaeda members, only two weeks before President Bush is due to visit Africa. “U.S. operatives assisted by the Malawi National Intelligence Bureau and immigration officials are holding al Qaeda suspects in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe,” the southern African country’s director of public prosecutions, Fahad Assani, told Reuters. “The U.S. government is pressing for their immediate deportation,” Assani added, saying the group of five men had been detained in Malawi’s commercial capital Blantire early on Saturday. Full Story

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