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Turkish al-Qaida Trial Is Delayed

The trial of more than 70 al-Qaida suspects in Turkey was postponed shortly after convening Tuesday to allow the new prosecutor assigned to the case time to prepare. The defendants, many of whom have been in prison for two years following the 2003 al-Qaida-linked suicide bombings in Istanbul that killed about 60 people, face charges ranging from aiding and abetting terrorism to membership in a terrorist group. Prosecutors in Turkey are assigned to different duties each year, and changing them is a routine procedure. Full Story

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