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Algeria, Britain Reach Agreement on Deportation of Algerian Fundamentalists

Algeria intends to reveal details of a security and judicial agreement with Britain concerning the deportation of Algerian fundamentalists which the British Government considers a danger to British security. Algerian Justice Minister Tayeb Belaiz told correspondents in parliament the day before yesterday that the “results we have reached during the preparation of the agreement are very, very conclusive.” Faced by the correspondents’ insistence to give them more details of the agreement over which there was much talk during the past eight months, the minister said only: “We are about to undertake a considerable action and you will see the purport of this action soon. It is a matter of time.” The minister did not identify the British side that the Algerians negotiated with to reach an agreement that would allow the Algerian Government to receive persons residing in Britain who were given jail sentences by the Algerian judiciary on charges of terrorism or are wanted for questioning in terror-related cases. Full Story

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