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Indonesia says will get access to U.S.-held militant

Indonesian police will be allowed to interview a militant being held in U.S. custody over his links to the 2002 Bali bombings and other attacks, a police spokesman said on Friday. Jakarta has in the past asked for access to question Indonesian-born militant Hambali but Washington has only given Indonesian investigators limited information and barred direct contact. Last September, President Bush said Hambali, who was arrested in a 2003 U.S.-led operation in Thailand, had been transferred to Guantanamo Bay. Full Story

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