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Australia won't ask US to extradite terror suspects

Australia ruled out asking the United States to extradite two Australian citizens being held by the US military in Cuba on suspicion of being terrorists. Prime Minister John Howard said on Saturday US authorities had agreed to delay legal action against the two Australians until talks on their fate were held with Canberra officials next week. But Howard rejected calls for his government to push for the men to stand trial in their homeland, where they would not face the death penalty. He said the United States had captured the suspects and was entitled to prosecute them. Full Story

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