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Cleric's trial tests US antiterror fight

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / March 2, 2005

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Abu Bakar Bashir, a firebrand 66-year-old cleric, stands accused of being East Asia's equivalent of Osama bin Laden and of leading the Muslim extremist group responsible for killing hundreds in the bombings of the Bali nightclubs and a Marriott Hotel here. (Full article: 1648 words)

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