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German 9/11 Trial Waits on Interrogation Records

Lawyers prosecuting a Moroccan accused of abetting the Sept. 11 attacks said Thursday they were waiting for Germany to decide whether to hand over U.S. records of the interrogation of an al Qaeda leader. A Hamburg court had been due to start hearing closing arguments from the prosecution in the trial of Abdelghani Mzoudi, an electrical engineering student. But state prosecutor Walter Hemberger told the court that the office of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said it needed time to consider whether to make available transcripts of the interrogation of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a captured al Qaeda chief and alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks. Full Story

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