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U.S. Suspends Military Trial of British Suspects

Britain said Friday it had persuaded Washington to suspend military court proceedings against two British terror suspects held at Guantanamo Bay, pending talks with London legal officials. A White House statement issued from President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, said Washington had suspended proceedings against the two Britons and that no proceedings would be started against any Australian nationals before consultations with Canberra. British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s spokesman told reporters traveling with Blair to Tokyo that in Washington talks on Thursday: “The president listened to the concerns of the prime minister and we believe that this is the best way forward.” Full Story

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