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Terror Suspect Charged in Cuba

A Sudanese man described as an al Qaeda paymaster was formally charged Friday with conspiring to commit terrorism. Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud al Qosi was the last of four suspected al Qaeda fighters held at the U.S. military prison here to appear before a military commission this week for pretrial hearings on charges that carry a maximum penalty of life in prison. Qosi, 44, wore a skullcap and stroked his beard during the brief hearing. He waived formal reading of the charges and did not enter a plea. The hearing was cut short and rescheduled for early October because a conflicting assignment had prevented his military lawyer from preparing his case. Full Story

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