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British Detainees' Extradition Possible

The Bush administration is willing to consider the extradition to Britain of some British citizens now detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, U.S. officials said this week. But Washington wants assurances in advance that they will be detained, prosecuted or monitored by the British government after their release, the officials said. Since U.S. troops in Afghanistan took the nine British men — most of them of Arab descent — into custody on suspicion of involvement in terrorism, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and other British officials have pressed Washington for assurances that they will be accorded due process in any U.S. criminal trials. Full Story

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