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Yemen wants Britain to hand over extremist

Yemen will renew demands for the extradition of Abu Hamza al-Masri, one of the most radical Islamic figures in Britain, who is wanted for terrorism. A judicial source who requested anonymity told UPI Monday that Yemen will make a new attempt to win al-Masri’s extradition “in light of new British laws allowing the eviction of extremists deemed to pose a threat to British security.” Britain introduced the strict immigration laws after the July 7 London bombings, which killed more than 50 people and injured some 200 others. Yemeni authorities are preparing a file containing evidence of al-Masri’s involvement in terrorist attacks in Yemen, and are promising to give him a fair trial, the source said. Full Story

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