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Detentions over charity ties questioned

Terror links called overstated

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / August 31, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- For the past four years, the US military has held Adel Hassan Hamad in prison at Guantanamo Bay, based in part on allegations that he worked for two charity groups in Afghanistan that the US military says support terrorism, according to the military's summary of evidence against Hamad. (Full article: 1286 words)

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