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US keeps 'terror' arrests secret

The US Supreme Court has allowed the Bush administration to keep secret the names and other basic details of terror suspects it has detained. Hundreds of people were arrested or detained and questioned in the US after the 11 September 2001 attacks. The US court refused to hear an appeal by civil liberties groups challenging the arrests as violating the Freedom of Information Act and free speech rights. Judges ruled that disclosing the names could harm US national security. Full Story

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