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Spain to seek extradition of Briton from Camp Delta

Spain will today request the extradition of a London businessman being held without charge at Guantanamo Bay, the Guardian has learned. Jamil Abdul Latif al-Banna was arrested in Gambia in November 2002, along with three other London businessmen. Madrid will request that he be sent to Spain, accused of links to an al-Qaida terror cell. If he is released, Mr Banna would be the first British resident to be freed from Camp Delta, where terror suspects are held in a penal regime that has prompted outrage around the world. The British government has been accused of abandoning Mr Banna, who was granted refugee status in the UK in 2000 after he claimed that he was fleeing persecution from his native Jordan. Full Story

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