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    1. Ex-Gitmo inmate gets apology, millions from Canada

      Eyewitness News 3 Hartford4 days ago

      A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner who pleaded guilty to killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan received an apology and a multimillion-dollar payment from the Canadian government ...

    2. The Trump administration is backing off its hard-line position that terrorist suspects should be sent to Guantánamo Bay rather than to civilian courtrooms. A man suspected of being ...

    3. Ali Charaf Damache, 52, of Algeria, appeared in court Friday and will be arraigned next month on charges that he conspired with two American women and a high school honors student from Maryland ...

    4. Canada agreed to pay the former Guantanamo prisoner a reported $8 million in a lawsuit alleging civil rights violations. The settlement included an apology. The Canadian-born Khadr was ...

    5. The Trump administration has brought an Al Qaeda suspect to the United States to face trial in federal court, backing off its hard-line position that terrorism suspects should be sent to the ...

    6. The Trump administration has brought an al-Qaida suspect to the United States to face trial in federal court, backing off its hard-line position that terrorism suspects should be sent to the ...

    7. The Trump administration has brought an Al Qaeda suspect to the United States to face trial in federal court, backing off its hard-line position that terrorism suspects should be sent to the ...

    8. Ali Charaf Damache, 52, of Algeria, appeared in court Friday and will be arraigned next month on charges that he conspired with two American women and a high school honors student from Maryland ...

    9. The suspect, Ali Charaf Damache, a dual Algerian and Irish citizen, was transferred from Spain and appeared on Friday in federal court...

    10. Terrorism suspect faces trial on U.S. soil

      Santa Fe New Mexican2 days ago

      The Trump administration has brought an al-Qaida suspect to the United States to face trial in federal court, backing off its hard-line position that terrorism suspects should be sent to the ...

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