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EU court upholds 9/11 terror asset freezes

A top European court on Wednesday threw out challenges by two terror suspects to freezes on their assets imposed in a global clampdown on people linked to al Qaeda and the Taliban after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Chafiq Ayadi, a Tunisian national resident in Ireland, and Faraj Hassan, a Libyan national detained in a British jail, had complained that the freezes on their bank accounts and assets infringed their rights and asked for them to be annulled. Full Story

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