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Spanish court frees 5 al Qaeda suspects

A Spanish court conditionally freed five suspected members of al Qaeda during their trial on Wednesday in what legal experts say is an indication the court may be leaning toward acquittal. The charges of belonging to an armed group remain against the five, who are among 24 on trial for belonging to al Qaeda. Three of their co-defendants have been charged with mass murder for collaborating in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Many of the suspects were arrested in November 2001 as police feared they may be planning another attack. Full Story

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