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Malawi Says Al Qaeda Suspects Freed in Sudan

Five men handed over by Malawi to the United States last month have been released in Sudan after they were cleared of suspicion that they belonged to Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda network. An official in Malawi’s office of the director of public prosecutions said Thursday the Sudanese embassy in Malawi had confirmed the release of the men. “All five of them have been cleared and will be sent to their respective countries,” he said. He would not say when U.S. authorities had handed the men over to the Sudanese. Full Story

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