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Spanish Detainee Sent Home

Al Qaeda Suspect Among Dozens Chosen for Repatriation by U.S. A Spanish detainee in the U.S. military jail at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was headed to his home country yesterday to face questioning and possible prosecution as an alleged associate of the al Qaeda terrorist network, U.S. officials said. Hamed Abderrahman Ahmed, 29, was the first of dozens of detainees from several nations who will soon be repatriated, officials said. Some will remain in custody and face additional investigation in their homelands, while others are scheduled to be released, they said. Among those expected to be sent home to jail in the coming weeks are some or all of the eight Russians held at Guantanamo Bay, U.S. officials said. Full Story

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