Five Algerian terror suspects agree to leave UK

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January 20, 2007 16:08

 
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Five Algerian men being held without trial on suspicion of terrorism have agreed to be voluntarily deported from Britain, the British Broadcasting Corp. reported Saturday. It said the men were part of a group of 27 foreign nations being held on the grounds they are a threat to national security, several of whom have been held in custody without trial for more than four years. Britain's Home Office refused to confirm whether any suspects had agreed to voluntary deportation and said it would not comment on the status of the 27 being held.

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