On 1 April 2010, there will be exactly two years since Aarrass Ali, Belgo-Moroccan, was jailed in a prison in Spain (Madrid Badajoz and then finally Botafuegos in Algeciras) pending a decision on his extradition to Morocco for “terrorism.”

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Moroccan security forces broke up a terrorist network with jihadist tendencies on Monday that was planning attacks in the north African country and arrested two Islamist politicians linked to the group, the government said.

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Thursday, 21 February 2008 19:01

Morocco bans political party

Morocco has banned the Al Badil Al Hadari party after the authorities linked its leader to a "terrorist network," the prime minister's office said.
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Thursday, 16 October 2008 18:55

Morocco 'spy' starts terror trial

The trial of the alleged leader of a radical Islamist cell accused of plotting a series of killings and links to al-Qaeda has begun in Morocco.
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Tuesday, 28 July 2009 18:50

Morocco Court Convicts Islamist

A Moroccan-born Belgian man accused of leading an Islamist militant group and committing six murders in Belgium has been imprisoned for life in Morocco.
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Friday, 31 July 2009 18:40

'Belgian spy' appeals Morocco sentence

Moroccan-born Belgian national appeals life sentence handed down by Rabat court over terrorism.

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The official Moroccan news agency says an appeals court has upheld the life sentence against a man convicted of plotting terrorist attacks in Morocco, holdups in Europe, large-scale money laundering projects and arms trafficking.
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The US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit by five victims of the CIA’s “extraordinary rendition” program against Jeppesen Dataplan, a unit of Boeing. The six-five ruling adopts as a rationale the anti-democratic “state secrets” doctrine advocated by the Obama administration.

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Andy Worthington analyzes last week's depressing US court ruling, denying justice to torture victims under the guise of "state secrets."

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